Dyslexia is a broad designation for people who have difficulty with reading words. The causes and the way this disorder manifests can vary. For some people, the use of a different font, a part of the problem and remove.
On this page you will find more information about a free mobile browser that has been specifically developed for dyslexic people.
Safari is the default browser on the iPhone and iPad. People with dyslexia can, unfortunately, not the font browser to change to make text more readable. This problem can be resolved by the iOS app OpenWeb to install. This is a browser which is developed specifically for people with dyslexia.
All texts on web pages are displayed in the OpenDyslexie font. This open source font is designed so that the texts as clearly as possible on the screen. In addition, symbols are darker and thicker printed to appear to phrases and text snippets to better detect.
By the special reading mode, to turn on all of the elements of the text can infer hidden. The formatting of the text is optimized to run on the full screen to be displayed. You can easily get to the reading mode switching by the screen in a long time, tapped. The switch to the normal mode works the same way.
OpenWeb has the following characteristics:
You can free download OpenWeb and safe install the latest trial or new full version for Windows 10 (x32, 64 bit, 86) from the official site.
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