O2 releases new version of BrowseAloud


10 Feb 2010

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Individuals who require online reading support can now avail of mobile carrier O2’s new version of BrowseAloud, accessibility software on the company’s website.

BrowseAloud’s online reading support makes websites accessible to the estimated 20pc of the population who require online reading support. Those individuals include those living with learning difficulties, such as dyslexia or mild visual impairments, older adults or people who speak English as their second language.

The new version of BrowseAloud is free to download online.