Monthly Archives: February 2013

Spell Better

Free to try app that helps with spelling, and includes OpenDyslexic Get it: http://navanitarakeri.com/spellbetter/

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Two Babies, a Cowboy and Sara, by Grace Brannigan

A short romance novel by Grace Brannigan, and one of the first eBooks available in OpenDyslexic. Get it: https://gumroad.com/l/gSTv

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Deception – Grace Brannigan

A short romance novel by Grace Brannigan, and one of the first eBooks available in OpenDyslexic. Get it: https://gumroad.com/l/FQCV

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Wordsmith

An excellent and innovative new word processor for the professional writer under MacOS, WordSmith has an optional theme, “Irving,” that uses OpenDyslexic as the typeface. In addition to OpenDyslexic, WordSmith has many other desirable features, including a killer linguistic analyzer.

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InstaFetch

Excellent Instapaper client for Android that supports eInk readers. This is what my wife uses on her Sony Reader, and what I use on my tablet. Get it: http://instafetch.com

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DoxOnBox

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 settings. It’s

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BeeLine Reader

Beeline reader is an innovative method to help keep your place while reading. It uses readability to reformat the page, and horizontal gradients across the lines of text. It even has options to use OpenDyslexic. Beeline reader is currently available

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