Like with most new web platform features, the supported browsers will change over time. As generally happens new features land in Firefox and Chrome first, and then other browsers catch up.
HTML5test.com and caniuse.com are good places to check support, although they list different sets of features. Only HTML5test seems to have speech recognition and synthesis, and there are lists of supported browsers here:
http://html5test.com/compare/feature/au ... ition.html
http://html5test.com/compare/feature/au ... hesis.html
We also have ScirraMark which is a good way to quickly check a specific browser for C2-related HTML5 features.
Don't forget if Chrome supports a feature, that means node-webkit and Crosswalk will also support it, and if Firefox supports a feature, Firefox OS will likely also support it (although it's on a slower release cycle).Ashley2014-02-09 14:05:46
Hi Ashley, im trying to get the "cross walk" to run a speech synthesis app. it works on chrome ... but will not play if you export it to a app with cross walk? am i missing something? \Thanks in advance.