OpenDyslexic
Dyslektz Reader Description provided by AEL Data: Dyslektz Reader is a special eBook reader application designed and developed for the book enthusiasts with dyslexia. With dyslexic-friendly user interface and built-in dyslexic font that converts books with any fonts and styles to OpenDyslexic font, it provides a h...
Kobo GloKobo Glo The guys at Kobo go through great lengths make their ereaders flexible to fit everyones reading habits, and have included OpenDyslexic as a font option out of the box. For the Kobo Touch, you can always easily side-load OpenDyslexic by adding it to the devices 'font' folder. Isn't that easi...

Home Screen on the EDI Touch Home Screen on the EDI Touch

The EDI Touch is a tablet created specifically for children with Dyslexia. It runs Android, and the default font is OpenDyslexic. It's 9.7" and is in an aspect ratio that matches books children are used to carrying around. It's currently in beta testing, but here's ...

DoxOnBox with OpenDyslexic and Beeline viewing Wikipedia DoxOnBox with OpenDyslexic and Beeline viewing Wikipedia DoxOnBox uses a combination of linguistic tagging, Beelinereader and OpenDyslexic to make content on your iPad more readable. You can pull up articles from Wikipedia or books from your Box account and have them displayed according to your set...
Voice Dream Reader Text to speech app integrated with Instapaper, Paper, dropbox and more. It can display your text in OpenDyslexic so you can read along easily with one of several dozen incredibly high quality voices. Get it: http://www.voicedream.com

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