When browsing the web with Safari, you can use the WebOutLoud share extension to extract the content from a web page and save it to your "Saved Content" or open the page in WebOutLoud's in-app browser.
When you find some content that you'd like to save, simply tap the share button pictured below.
Choose WebOutLoud from the iPad share menu to save the contents of the web page to your "Saved Content."
You should then see a screen with 3 options like the one below.
Press Open in Reader button to open the web page content in reader mode. Pressing Open in Browser will open the web page in WebOutLoud's in-app browser. Pressing Listen Now will open the web page content in reader mode and immediately begin reading it out loud.
To listen to the contents of an email:
Open the email then long-press anywhere in the body of the email to trigger the context menu then press "Select All."
After selecting the text, a new context menu will appear. Select "Share..."
After pressing share, the iPad share menu will appear. Find WebOutLoud then tap the icon.
You should then see a screen like the one below confirming that the content of the email has been saved to WebOutLoud.
Tap Open in Reader to view the contents of the email in the WebOutLoud app. Tap the Listen Now button to open the email in WebOutLoud and immediately begin playback of the email.
You can use WebOutLoud to listen to the contents of a text message on iPad as follows:
Find the text message that you'd like to listen to then Long Press the text message.
Then press Copy
After copying the text, switch to the WebOutLoud App then press the "New Text Document" button.
Tap the Paste button
Finally, tap Save.
The app will begin reading the contents of the text immediately. Additionally, the text will be saved to your "Saved Content".
In addition to other apps, you can import PDFs into WebOutLoud from the Files App on iPad. Simply look for the share button.
Additionally, you can import content into WebOutLoud from the "Saved Content" screen.
Go to the Saved Content Screen then tap Edit.
Then tap the "Add" button.
Then tap "Add Documents." You will then be taken to the Files app where you can select documents to import. WebOutLoud supports PDF documents and more.
To create a collection, go to the Saved Content screen then tap Edit. Then, tap the Add button, then select New Collection.
After creating a collection, you can add items to it using drag and drop. Initiate drag & drop by long-pressing an item and dragging it on top of the collection you'd like to move it into.
You can move an item out of a collection by long-pressing the item and dragging it on top of the back button which will trigger a navigation back to the previous screen. Then, dropping the item on the title text will conclude the move.
The following depicts an old version of WebOutLoud but sufficiently demonstrates how to organize items into collections: