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Why Voices Is The World’s Leader For Voice Application Voices

Human and synthetic

Our professional voice actors, and our custom text-to-speech partners ensure all voice apps have the right solution.

Signature voices

With over 500,000 voice actors speaking over 100 languages, you can find your signature voice at Voices.

Industry experts

Voices is the world’s #1 source for voice over, and our deep partnerships bring a world of expertise to our clients.

Voice Applications Project Voice Over Requirements

Voice app experts

For voice apps, voice is everything. You want to ensure you’re partnering with leader in the space.

Signature voices

Having a distinct voice can help to ingrain brand recognition and strengthen your company’s image.

Synthetic voice options

Voice applications may need either a human or a synthetic voice. Voice app developers often need access to both.


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Voices is trusted by the world’s most prominent brands


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At Voices, the number of project types that we can help you complete are nearly endless.
Our voice application clients rely on us for all their voice over requirements.

How Voices works

Learn how Voices makes finding professional voice actors faster and easier than anyone else.

Voices’s SurePay™ service offers a proven, safe and sound way to pay

Whether you are an independent agency or operate as part of a larger corporation, keeping your funds secure is of utmost importance. Voices’s SurePay™ service offers a proven, safe and sound way to pay for the talent you hire and ensure your transactions are secure.

Our voting feature enables teams of all sizes to work together

When you have multiple stakeholders, from clients in other countries, to your Art Director down the hall, Voices makes it easy to take everyone’s opinion into consideration. Our voting feature enables teams of all sizes to work together, even when you’re apart.

Top Vocal Qualities for Video Game Voices

Here are the top 5 vocal qualities (known as ‘styles’) that digital clients source from Voices to achieve a unique conversation:

Voices Voice Applications Client Case Studies

At Voices, the number of project types that we can help you complete are nearly endless.
Our broadcast clients rely on us for all their voice over requirements.

Voice over for Storyflow’s compelling explainer video

Storyflow is a platform that allows creatives and content owners to create, distribute and monetize interactive voice entertainment on smart speakers like Google Home, Amazon Echo and more, without having to write code or hire a team of engineers. They needed the right voice for their video to showcase their product.

1 voice actor
5 hours for voice files
10 hours to complete project

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Frequently Asked Questions

Creating a voice application doesn’t have to be an overly expensive project. The key is understanding where the costs lie, and setting your budget for each item appropriately. Here are some of the biggest cost considerations for creating voice applications:

  • Development required (e.g. Human resources and technology required)
  • Hosting of the app (e.g. Will it live on Amazon or Google’s platform?)
  • Marketing of voice application
  • Cost of sourcing the voice (e.g. There are different costs associated with hiring a natural voice vs. creating a synthetic voice to be the signature voice of your application)

You should look for the following things when you look for a voice actor:

  • They have experience voice applications: You’ll want to keep a keen eye out for voice actors who have done voice app before. Professional talent who have previously undertaken these projects have proven they know what they’re doing, and may work more efficiently, therefore saving you time (and as a result – money).
  • The voice matches your brand sound: The voice needs to encapsulate your brand’s sound. Voice applications will be the future of how consumers interact with your company’s offerings.
  • Listen for added dimension that enhances your message: Your voice actor needs to have the ability to add character and personality in a way that will give your app an extra dimension. They will have your users hanging on to every word, create excellent brand awareness and have people wanting to interact with your app, time after time.
  • Good reviews from other clients: Take a good look at the voice actor’s Voices profile page. Have they received good reviews or ratings? Were they able to turn the job around fast? This will ensure you’re getting a talent who can execute the assignment in the timeframe you need.

The usage of voice applications will vary based on your consumer base. But there are certain criteria to follow. Here are the three main types of voice apps you can create for your brand that will appeal to your consumers:

A voice app that is helpful in the background: The future wave of voice technologies is going to involve being there for customers when they need you, and at their initiation (e.g. weather alerts, traffic alerts and other questions posed to the app by the consumer).

A voice app that fulfills a regular need: Ask yourself the question: “Does my brand fill a real customer need?” If the answer is “yes,” then you can use voice applications to fill the need of your customer. An example would be a reservation booking voice app for a restaurant or an app that interacts with consumers to update them on schedules, meetings etc.

A voice app that alleviates a pain point: Imagine a voice app that can solve a major problem for your consumers. An example includes a voice application that allows consumers to start their car without having to go outside (perfect for colder days).

Here are five considerations when making a flash briefing a part of your band’s audio content strategy:

  1. Create a solid action plan: Ask yourself the following four questions to ensure you’ll get the most out of it:
    • Do we have the development resources or budget to hire development resources?
    • Do we want to have the briefing read in Alexa’s voice, or have a custom recording of the content available for Alexa to serve to the user instead?
    • How will we promote our new Skill to ensure our audience knows about it?
    • How will we measure its success?
  2. Think about who’s going to voice your content: In order for your content to be pushed through a user’s smart speaker, it must be available in an audio format. You have two options here:
    • Publish the content with coding that allows Alexa to read the content aloud.
    • Provide an audio recording of the content. You can have the author provide the voice over, or hire a voice actor (or two) to provide the voice over for all recordings.
  3. Promote your Alexa Flash Briefing Skill: As your newly developed Skill becomes another extension of your brand, it should be woven into the marketing plan like any other channel. Consider promoting it through your social channels, email newsletters, webinars, podcasts, videos, landing pages, blog posts and other available marketing initiatives.
  4. Measure the usage and performance of the Flash Briefing: Amazon now provides a metrics dashboard for you to access and report on the usage of your Skill. They’re able to provide you with all the key performance indicators (KPIs) you’ll need to prove the usefulness of the Skill, and ultimately the return on investment (ROI) that comes with increasing how often your Skill is used, and how much of your content is consumed.