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Must the user move the text to be read aloud?
A white computer monitor displaying a web article with various portions of the text highlighted.

Voice output, web browser, and text editor programs intended to help individuals with learning disabilities to read, write, study, and comprehend text more effectively.

A light blue software box that features the "Synapptic" logo.

App that converts an Android phone to a more accessible device for users with visual impairments.

 A laptop computer with large, high-contrast text displayed across the full width of the screen. Use the keyboard arrow buttons to navigate up and down across the screen. This computer comes with a flat-bed scanner, headphones, and a small MP3 player.

The LapTalk Computer for visually impaired is the most intuitive computer for the blind available. The LapTalk empowers visually impaired users to instantly “get online” with no training required! Plug it in, and you’re ready to go.

ReadIt App Icon next to laptop displaying software in use on screen.

Software designed specifically for low vision and blind users, enabling them to read any printed or electronic format document.

Share to Speech logo.

Share to Speech is an app that raises the bar of convenience of the text to speech to such a high level that you will enjoy listening to articles and documents instead of watching screen.

Speech Central: Text to Speech logo

The fully featured text to speech suite that can read aloud web pages, browse web pages and RSS feeds (allowing you to enqueue the reading of the articles while headlines are read), documents and e-books for you while you are doing something else.

iRead screenshot of program.

The reading software iRead converts a Windows-PC with scanner and screen reader into an open reading system.

Gesproken Ondertitels icon.

The Gesproken Ondertitels app reads TV subtitles live as soon as the text appears at the bottom of the TV screen.

Screenshot of program in use.

ATalker is a text-to-speech utility for reading text out loud over the Web with synthisized speech, available as an add-on for ATutor.

document platform and camera to scan document
This product has been discontinued (1/11/2018).

Screen reading device to help people with hearing and visual disabilities to read larger texts and also listen to readings.