Revolutionize Your Reading Experience with Readable

Dyslexia-friendly reading with our browser extension

A kid with dyslexia having fun to read with the readable extension
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The extension splits words into syllables with unprecedented accuracy, making reading long or complex words a breeze. This is particularly helpful for people with dyslexia, who often struggle with reading.

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With this extension, you can break up long and hard words into smaller pieces and make them more colorful! Let the extension help make reading easier for you. Especially if you have dyslexia.

Reading can be a real struggle for kids with dyslexia. They may read less, and often have a hard time with language processing, memory, and comprehension. It can be hard for them to keep up with their classmates and feel like they’re falling behind. But it doesn’t have to be that way!

A kid with dyslexia struggles to read a multi-syllable word

Fluency is the key to successful reading, and it means reading accurately and at an appropriate pace, with expression, and understanding what you’re reading. This can be a real challenge for dyslexic kids, but with the right tools, it’s possible.

Sally Shaywitz writes:

What is Dyslexia?

Dyslexia is an unexpected difficulty in learning to read. Dyslexia takes away an individual’s ability to read quickly and automatically, and to retrieve spoken words easily, but it does not dampen one’s creativity and ingenuity

That’s where the Readable EdTech comes in! This browser add-on is designed specifically for kids with dyslexia, and it helps to make reading on the web easier and more enjoyable. It splits words into syllables, making them easier to read and understand, and it also has a custom contrast slider, so you can adjust the colors to your liking.

A kid with dyslexia having fun to read with the readable extension

With the Readable app, kids with dyslexia can start reading words correctly and improve their fluency. And that means they can start to feel more confident, and be more a part of their group. Give it a try and see for yourself how it can change your child’s reading experience!