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:
[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. All apps are available at the lowest price point and have a discount for educational institutions.
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!
[caption id="attachment_328" align="aligncenter" width="1280"] iSword in Chrome, with different fonts shown[/caption]