In order to enable Google’s text to speech, go to settings > accessibility > text-to-speech output. Your manufacturer may have its own text-to-speech option, so you can switch over to Google’s here if you’d rather use that one.
Additionally, you’ll want to make sure you get updates. Touch the settings dial on the next screen to check that auto-updates are turned on. You can also force updates over Wi-Fi and send anonymous usage reports so you can improve the service.
Finally, it’s time to try some apps. Play-Books will read some titles to you. Play Books latest selection will do the same with some articles. You can also try out the Talkback features on your phone or tablet to find out what it will say in regards to certain actions.
Accessibility suites are for those that need it, but these are steps in the right direction and even for the developing world it opens new doors.