There's a range of software available that can help you with your studies if you have a disability. We've listed some that we often recommend to students below.
- My Study Bar - A free toolbar of assistive software.
- FX Software (donation-ware) - A host of dyslexia tweaking software.
- Balabolka - A text to speech programme which works with any voices installed on your system.
- Camstudio - Open source software program for Windows which records all screen and aduio activity on your computer and can be converted to video format.
- Natural Speaker - Text to speech software.
- Screen Readers - Free screen readers.
- Mac OS X has fantastic built in dictation support; download the enhanced dictation for best results.
- OpenWeb (free) - Web browser using the OpenDyslexic font.
- Fleksky (free) - Assisted touch typing on the iPad screen.
- Notability (£4.49) - Take notes while linking them to your lecture audio recordings
- Conversor Pro Recorder (£15.99) - Turns a touchscreen device into a effective voice recorder. Can use Conversor Mic and adapter cable that may have been provided by DSA .
- StudyBlue (free) - Flashcard generator, plus the ability to use other user generated content from all around the world. In-app purchases and subscriptions. .
- Claro suite (free - £4.99) - Version of the DSA awarded reading and pdf annotating software for students with dyslexia or visual impairment; full PC version retails at £200.