Dyslexia-friendly extension that converts hard-to-read online text into a Dyslexic friendly font, -size, -interline, -color
Easily enter the online world - with the Chrome Extension of Dyslexie font With the Chrome extension, websites can easily be customized, which will increase readability for people with dyslexia. This makes internet use a lot easier, faster, and more fun. Get started: The extension can be used free, but with limited options. If you want all the options to be valid please register for one of the Dyslexia Office Packages on the Dyslexie Font website at: www.dyslexiefont.com. The Dyslexia Office package can be used the first month for free, and offers you: - The Dyslexie Font Chrome Extension - Full Cloud-based Office Suite The Dyslexie Font Chrome Extension all features: - You can convert hard to read website texts into Dyslexie font (included in the free version) - Font size can be increased or decreased - Adjust the spacing between the letters - Adjust interline between the sentences Our digital world is getting bigger so make your online life as comfortable as you can. Curious? Try the Dyslexia Office package including the Chrome Extension the first month for free.
- (2022-04-11) Nick Lowery: Honestly, it's pretty decent as a freemium product. I haven't had any notable issues, and it has (thus far) worked as advertised. It makes the formatting of some web pages a little weird, but that's to be expected with *any* manual font overrides or even just messing around with scaling at the browser or Windows level. However, I would appreciate an option to purchase the unlock for this web extension as a separate, standalone cost decoupled from the Dyslexie Office Suite. The suite is an ongoing subscription and far too expensive to justify if you're like me and only care about fully unlocking the extension. I'll just make due with its default settings. Disclaimer: I did purchase the font license to use on my personal devices, which felt like a fair price, but I don't currently plan on using the proprietary office suite – either the freemium or licensed version – although the value prospect changes entirely if you want to utilize the office suite as well. YMMV.
- (2022-04-08) vic luminol: its a little unfortunate the free version is so limited, but we all have to keep the lights on i suppose. normally i'd just use opendyslexic but chromium browsers render the tops of opendyslexic letters too skinny, and dyslexie renders a little better at least on my computer. (to be honest, its not like the opendyslexic chrome extensions have options either, so the free version of dyslexie is on par with those lol)
- (2022-03-31) Teresa Buck: I like the font, was only really looking for the font to use in word docs rather then the whole web. I appreciate that I only have the free version but why set the font size so large when so many people are choosing smaller screens? On my chrome book screen it is just too large to be at all helpful and reducing the magnification of the page just caused the text to bunch up together and leave lots of unused space around text boxes on web pages making it much harder to read. Due to your pricing structure I cannot take out a subscription. I could of possibly done a one off payment but that wouldnt work on the chromebook or phone so pretty pointless
- (2022-02-24) Andrea Gilly Marquez: The font is amazing and it has helped so much and the extension, in theory, is great. In reality, however, it distorts pages a lot, it cannot be shut down when it's doing weird things (in the video it says you can just turn it off, but in reality this is not possible), sometimes I am even unable to click on buttons or sign in to my accounts. I would LOOOVE for this extension to work properly because seriously, it is great and I am grateful something like this is invented. I am totally willing to pay for this, but I constantly feel like it's a monster that took over my desktop and I am unable to fix it. I was even watching netflix and the font went into the biggest mode and I could not turn it off! I would really love it for this to work properly
- (2022-02-08) Tom Bertens: Excellent solution!!
- (2021-11-24) Qwandary: I love the text but it does distort pages a lot. Buttons are made invisible, which is ironic for something that is supposed to make things easier for people with print blindness. The buttons disappearing means that sections where buttons would be are just blank completely, but the area is still active and can be clicked, without you knowing what it is. Text doesn't always work, so sometimes every other line is in default font, followed by dyslexie font. If I knew the paid version would work better I'd get it, but I'm not sure it would.
- (2021-10-04) Bonnetjes Zakelijk: I love the Dyslexie font, and appreciate the extension is free to use (even it is limited in options).
- (2021-08-30) Raul Jimenez: Don´t allow to modificate options. Not recommend.
- (2021-06-25) madison mcknight: it cost money
- (2021-02-24) Gwilym Skritter: Please allow website exceptions. Whitelist certain URL's etc.
- (2019-10-31) Clay Barnes: There are only two things to know about this plugin (and the Dyslexie font): (1) Immediately delete and uninstall anything you have related to the "Dyslexie" font, then (2) Get the more trusted, more complete, superior, and free/libre alternative (OpenDyslexic) from https://opendyslexic.org/ ---===---===---===--- If you don't, I'll make you read my original review, with nested citations, humble bragging about my expertise, and which was headed so far down the rabbit hole, I had citations in my citations... ---===---===---===--- This is an overpriced proprietary font that accomplishes nothing that the open dyslexia font cannot, and the OPEN dyslexia font is not only better*, it's published under for anyone to use, improve, and distribute freely**. *You can take my word for it, or I can prove I know what I'm talking about by bragging that, as a degree holder in both Linguistics (B.A.) and Human-Computer Interaction (M.S.), I have extensively studied both primary academic disciplines closest to this Dyslexia fonts. **Open publication and free/libre licensing is always for the good of both software and the public: demonstrated by histories of cultures supporting published scientific research and those which restricted sharing knowledge (all surviving advanced economies are examples of the former. I can't name any*** major contemporary examples of the latter because they adopted open science... or they were replaced (or consumed) by more advanced open knowledge cultures. ***Except small and isolated or uncontacted tribal groups.
- (2018-07-06) Judy Cook: it looks distorted on websites.
- (2021-08-26, v:4.2.7) Raymond Berrott: Your chrome extension
Google has put an age restriction on your extension, so anybody that has an educational domain will not be able to use it. You will see that your extension is labelled Mature (which means 18 and older only). Nobody in our school system can install it.
- (2021-05-07, v:4.2.7) Sofie Dowling: Page Background
I was just wondering where the option to change the background has gone?
- (2020-12-17, v:4.2.6) Hale O: Issue
Hello! I purchased a discounted lifetime subscription in September for $37 from an offer you emailed me about, and find out that you've continued to bill my account unauthorized for a completely unrelated amount each month. Please don't take advantage of people who come to you looking for tools to help dyslexia. I now am forced to dispute additional fraudulent charges with my bank, when all I tried to do was pay you fairly for a lifetime subscription on sale. Not cool!
- (2020-06-23, v:4.2.6) Raquel Z: Why was I was charged $59+ for a free trial?
I installed the free trial and was charged $59.99 When I tried to use the account License number along with my new user ID and apparently it had already expired literally within the same hour of me installing the trial. I'm frustrated and would like a refund.
- (2019-07-19, v:4.2.6) Maria Gonzalez: How do I renew the Chrome extension from trial to paid?
How do I renew just the Chrome extension License? I have a full year Publisher License in hopes to use Dislexie Font for my Webcomic I am still developing and have not published yet. I want to be able to be 3 chapters ahead of the weekly updates and I am having trouble adding it to word bubbles. I use Clip Art Studio, Manga Studio 5, and would like to be able to just add it in so anyone can read my comics. I figured if I opened it through chrome I might have a chance but by the time the thought crossed this old 43 year old brain, the trial expired? I don't understand. Kind Regards, Maria Gonzalez
- (2019-02-12, v:4.2.6) robyn thompson: andriod
how do i get the font into my note9 android phone please
- (2018-02-02, v:4.2.4) Dylan Oseas: Logging in
Hello, I purchased your font yesterday and successfully logged in. However, when I logged out, it will not let me log back into to the extension.