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What is it?

Browsealoud is an innovative new product that reads web pages as you browse the internet.  Browsealoud is a Windows application designed for use with Internet Explorer 5.5, Netscape Navigator 7, or Mozilla 1.7.3 or higher and is US Section 508 Certified.

How do you use it?
Simply download and install the free browser plug-in.  Once Browsealoud is installed, Browsealoud enabled web pages are read to you as your mouse pointer passes over the text.

Who should use it?
Anyone who has difficulty reading printed or on-screen text would benefit from Browsealoud including those with:
  • Learning Disabilities
  • English as a Second Language
  • Dyslexia
  • Mild Visual Impairments
Please note that Browsealoud is not a Screen Reader replacement.

US Section 508 certified.
Who should implement it?

Web masters who want to provide a positive experience for their web site viewers who may have difficulty seeing or reading standard web text should consider implementing Browsealoud.  The free plug-in is being  downloaded 1,500 times a day -- nearly 1.5 million times over the last 3 years.  Large and small companies, non-profits, and government agencies world wide have been assisting their viewers by Browsealoud enabling their web sites.  Please contact us for more information or to set up a free trial.

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How to Browsealoud enable a web site.
The Browsealoud plug-in requires that a web page be activated with the browsealoud subscription service.  The subscription service involves no special software, programs or local expertise to enable a web site -- the site URL is simply activated.  Subscription prices depend on the size and type of the organization.  Once the site is activated, viewers simply use the free  browser plug-in. to have your site read aloud as they browse.

Free trials are available.  Please contact us for subscription pricing or to set up a free trial.

Browsealoud is not a substitute for a Screen Reader such as Jaws or Window-eyes.  Screen Readers can read many different programs, including the menu options in those programs.  Browsealoud only reads browsealoud enabled web pages when viewed with compatible web browsers.  It will not read other programs or the browser menu options.

updated: 06/14/05
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