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WebReader Widget by NaturalReader

Let the website talk for you

NaturalReader’s WebReader is a text-to-speech widget you can add to your website to let your webpages talk for you.

benefit from WebReader
easy to setup

Easy to set up

You don’t need any knowledge or experience with coding to use WebReader. WebReader’s wizard will guide you through 3 simple steps to get your webpage talking for you.

Optimized for Mobile

We don’t only focus on the user experience from desktop, but also mobile and tablet support as well.



Make WebReader your own! Choose from a selection of icons that you can apply any colour to.


WebReader not only accommodates accessibility standards, but also helps increase both potential web viewers and engagement.


More Features


Your widget will automatically skip menu text and other irrelevant portions on the webpage.

It will highlight both the segment they are currently reading as well as the individual words as they are read aloud by the speaker.

WebReader is supported on a wide variety of websites and web-making platforms, such as WordPress, Wix, Squarespace, and more.

WebReader comes with the latest and most intelligent text-to-speech AI voices available on the market today.

WebReader comes with 61 voices from 18 different languages.

WebReader has no dependencies, making it fast to load and fully supported in most browsers.

Simple Plans for Everyone

*All prices are in USD


$0 / month

(Free to use)

  • 2,000 unique pageviews per day
  • 2 widgets
  • 1 team member


$99.90 / month

(Or $999.00 / year)

  • 10,000 unique pageviews per day
  • 5 widgets
  • Up to 20 team members


$199.90 / month

(Or $1,999.00 / year)

  • 30,000 unique pageviews per day
  • 5 widgets
  • Up to 20 team members

Frequently Asked Questions

The unique pageview limit indicates how many times your WebReader widget is initialized on a webpage by a 'unique' user over a 24 hour period. A unique user is tracked per browser-IP combination, and is incremented only once across all webpages associated with your widget in a day.
'Management users' are users who create, edit, and manage the widgets using WebReader's management console. It does not mean the end user website visitors who will be listening to the widgets from the live website. 'Management users' include all team members on an account, both administrators and collaborators.
Yes, you just have to authorize each website's URL for that widget from the management console.