[caption id="attachment_322" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] In-Game Screenshot with OpenDyslexic[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_312" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Clicker 6 with OpenDyslexic[/caption] Clicker is word processor that helps children learn to read and write. It has many unique features, including speech feedback, word prediction, pictures to write with, and the Sassoon font. OpenDyslexic is also available as an add-on.
[caption id="attachment_301" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Move and Match with OpenDyslexic Tiles[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_256" align="aligncenter" width="500"] iReadWrite font selection screen[/caption] An excellent literacy tool with many features to help those that struggle with their reading and writing. It's super customizable, includes dictionaries and a phonetic spell checker to help catch common mistakes.
Twin Browser is a web browser for the iPad that lets you browse the web with two pages side-by-side. It allows you to select the font you want all pages to be viewed with, including OpenDyslexic.
MediaWiki is another one of the first to add OpenDyslexic to their software. MediaWiki is the awesome open source wiki software that runs Wikipedia, WikiMedia, and so much more. Get it: http://mediawiki.org
My Spellings is an app that lets you practice your spelling using tests. It lets you use your voice to record the words, and then you have to type the word correctly. You can set up multiple 'tests,' and record lists of words for practice and testing, which seems like it would be incredibly useful to parents of school-aged children, or even for your own practice.
[caption id="attachment_180" align="aligncenter" width="1108"] OpenDyslexic is a font option in this online sticky-notes web application that helps you keep track of your work.[/caption]
Texpad is a LaTeX editor for the iPad and iOS that includes auto-complete, outline view, error tables, and now, OpenDyslexic. Get it: http://texpadapp.com
An awesome game that uses OpenDyslexic as it's typeface.