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AppWriter is the first text editor for the iPad to offer users of all ages with reading and writing disabilites the necessary tools for unlocking a world of information. All tools are seamlessly integrated and comprise text-to-speech, context based word suggestions, OCR and the special Dyslexie-font.
The makers of Dragon Naturally Speaking have created a new, free app for android phones that allows a broader use of speech-to-text. People with dyslexia need not type in their emails, texts, appointments, websites or requests for directions; Dragon Mobile Assistant will do it for you. You don’t even have to pick up the phone. Just say, “Hi Dragon” and Dragon is activated. www.droid-life.co...
Speak it! Text to Speech by Future Apps Inc. - $1.99: copy emails, documents, web pages or PDF files and paste them into Speak it! to have the text read back to you.
Abilipad ($19.99) combines the functionality of a notepad with word prediction, text-to-speech and a customizable keyboard, putting advanced writing tools within everyone’s reach. WORD PREDICTION POWER BE VOCAL EXPRESS YOURSELF www.youtube.com/...
Intellipad, $19.99, word prediction and customizable keyboard, iPad only. Word prediction generated alphabetically. Includes text to speech. Can also customize a math keyboard with math symbols. The key contents can be modified to include words or phrases.