(I recovered 98% of the spreadsheet! I had accidentally deleted the google docs folder where the spreadsheet was located and thought I lost everything but luckily, I originally pasted the spreadsheet into WordPress and thankfully, it saves your edits!)
Waze recently released its custom voice feature, allowing anyone to record their own voices to use for their GPS. The best part? They’re shareable! Searching for the perfect voice, I went through every Waze voice I could find (there were 45 at the time of posting) and rated them on how funny they were, how long you could realistically listen to the voice, and how good the audio quality was.
Here’s a great example of a custom Waze voice made by Drew Lynch. There are a few other videos you can check out that I included in the spreadsheet:
Then, I summarized my comments about the unique features of each voice and provided the link to download the voice yourself. The voices are sorted by overall review score. Remember that my scores and summaries are my personal thoughts – You might absolutely love the voice I scored the lowest!
Have you recorded a Waze voice that you’d like to add to the database? Leave a comment below with the link to the voice and I’ll give it a review and post it here!
On a related note… Does anyone know someone with an excessively Italian accent that would be willing to yell at me to turn left? “Turn left, ya stonad!”