Everyone has their favorite assistive tech tools. For dyslexia, it takes a lot of apps to go through the day. Omoguru is looking to provide an ecosystem of connected apps for dyslexia that make reading easier and improve reading skills. As we can’t cover everything dyslexic students need here is the list of apps that students in Oregon use. Recently talking with IDA Oregon branch we learned they don’t give kids the tools. They ask them which tools they consider the best.
Co-Writer – Word prediction
Grammarly– Automated Grammar Checker
Inspiration Maps – Graphic Organizer
Notability – Notetaking assist
XMind: Mind Mapping – Mind mapping and brainstorming tool
Read&Write – Full service writing assist
TextHelp PDF Reader – Interact with accessible PDFs in a collaborative and editable way.
Easy Spelling Aid – For spelling, voice to, quick access to words
Google Translate – Good for text to speech with multi language support
One Note – Microsoft notetaking and organizer assist
Office Lens – Microsoft app to convert images to PDF, Word and PowerPoint
Claro PDF – Converts documents to be electronically accessible
ModMath – assist students in acquiring math skills from basic arithmetic to complex algebraic equations
SnapType – Simple way to complete any school worksheet on your iPad/Tablet (handwriting assist)
What Apps For Dyslexia Are Best For You?
We will keep an eye on what else dyslexic students use in their daily education. Therefore, we would love to know about useful tools that work the best for you. Reach out to us at email@example.com so we can make another list of apps for dyslexia. You never know who will benefit and help them learn.
Also, any feedback about our own app that helps specific manifestations of dyslexia is really useful to us. That way we can improve and make reading easier for even more dyslexics. Let us know what works and doesn’t work. We are happy to hear from you.
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