This is a change to what you are used to in a keyboard: a keyboard layout that's entirely alphabetical. From the App Store listing:
Where the previous iOS keyboard app was iPad-only, DyslexiaKey works on the iPhone. From the store listing:
Apple Distinguished Educator, Matt Thomas, has made a custom keyboard for iOS8, using OpenDyslexic. Below is the description:
A beautifully laid out eBook featuring touchable items for each letter of the alphabet. Description from the app store:
Niki Music plays music from your iOS media library, with a child friendly interface. Each song becomes a button with a related image. Get it: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/niki-music/id594214788 Web Site: http://www.nikitalk.com/Music.aspx
A beautiful, feature-rich WordPress client for iPad and iPhone. In addition to being able to use OpenDyslexic in a non-distracting interface, it also supports DropBox, MarkDown, TextExpander and more. Get it: http://appstore.com/poster/ Website: http://www.tomwitkin.com/poster/
App Store Description: dBauggle! is the first offering from a group of undergraduates working towards bringing content that is not just fun but accessible to everyone. The speciality of the game is that it uses non-symmetric fonts so that Dyslexia is not a barrier to fair competition. More fun for everyone! No one will be left behind today!
Protolol is a fun app that pulls up protolol, one joke at a time. It'll even read it to you if you wish. Get it: http://appstore.com/protolol Developers Website: http://www.smartersoft.nl