Dyslite for OpenDyslexic
[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!)
Learn Words Series
[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.
Happy Holidays! (OpenDyslexic for iOS)
Spider & Bat: Best Friends Forever
Join Spider and Bat on their adventures in the Australian bush. Author, Tracy Montgomery, a qualified youth worker, incorporates life skill lessons such as how to make friends, in this cute story book. Open Dyslexic font makes it easy to read for dyslexic children and adults. Watch out for the second book in the series due out June!
Sudoku for Dyslexics: 200 puzzles
There are 200 Sudoku puzzles split evenly into 4 levels of difficulty: EASY, COOL, THINKER and BRAIN. Get it: http://www.amazon.com/dp/1492742538/?tag=thehomeofperf-20
[caption id="attachment_466" align="aligncenter" width="946"] You can select OpenDyslexic from the language menu.[/caption]
The Swamp Man, by Shoo Rayner
A fantastic children's picture book about a swamp man! From the iTunes description: Sam and Kim get the heebie-jeebies when they hear strange footsteps squelching around outside. Is it one of Aunt Loopy’s crazy games? Or is it the slippery, slimySwamp Man coming to get them?
OpenDyslexic v2, and more
The last stable version of OpenDyslexic was released in November 2012. In December of 2012, I had the fantastic privilege of sharing OpenDyslexic at TEDxGateway in Mumbai. There's been a whirlwind of interviews and OpenDyslexic has been shared continually by many people. My server has gone out a few times from the traffic! Since that time, it's been picked up by a huge number of application developers, authors, websites, linux distro's, and has been downloaded well over 111,000 times!