Where the previous iOS keyboard app was iPad-only, DyslexiaKey works on the iPhone. From the store listing:
DyslexiaKey increases readability for those with reading disabilities.
Apple Distinguished Educator, Matt Thomas, has made a custom keyboard for iOS8, using OpenDyslexic. Below is the description:
Lowercase Keyboard is a custom keyboard that uses both lowercase and uppercase letters, as well as a simplified set of numbers and special characters. The keyboard has been designed with elementary students in mind.
[gallery link="file" ids="626,627"] From the publisher: We just started with the ebook "Le Nouveau Petit Chaperon Rouge," a modern version of the "Little Red Riding Hood," with manga illustrations. This Hood is no victim as she is in the original tale. She's a teenager with a strong personality. She crossed the Broceliande Forest by bike to bring cupcakes to her injured active grandmother. Along the way, she meets the Wolf who is some boring flirty nerdy guy. The next ebook, which will be released soon, is about a mischievous kitten who discovers the world.
Brunelleschi: Age of Architects is a web-based multiplayer strategy game set in the early 1500s, and features innovative gameplay, a player driven economy, and multiple playstyles to suit casual or committed gamers. Brunelleschi will always be free to play, and has no barriers between 'paid' content and free content.
[caption id="attachment_590" align="alignnone" width="1280"] TechCrunch viewed with Dyslite[/caption] Dyslite for OpenDyslexic converts the font on all web pages to OpenDyslexic, an open-source font type that many people with dyslexia have found easier to read than traditional typefaces (but you already know that!) Dyslite was designed to be a very light plugin so that it would not interfere with the load times on web pages.
[gallery columns="2" link="file" ids="594,595"] Academic Apps For Kids have recently launched our first two apps: Learn Words 1 and Learn Words 2, available on the AppStore for iPad and iPhone. Both apps teach young children to read 40 words using pictures and targeted multiple choice. Our aim is to make learning fun without trying to distract with loud and flashy songs and animations. We promise a quiet and safe learning experience, so no advertisements or in-app purchases.