A voice-based assistant that reads website content out loud and navigates to other web pages.
TalkToMe A Google chrome assistant for visually impaired internet users. Features -Reads the content of a webpage aloud to the user -Groups the content on a webpage into categories such as headers, paragraph content, and tables so that each category -may be read aloud upon the user's request -Opens new webpages in different tabs -Performs Google searches Usage The extension will ask for your permission to use the microphone. Please enable this usage in order to fully enjoy all of the capabilities of TalkToMe. Once TalkToMe is up and running, simply use one of the following commands to try out the features: -"Open Google" (opens Google; you can substitute Google with any other website such as Facebook) -"Search dogs" (performs a Google search of dogs) -"Read content" (reads the paragraph content; substitute this with any of the categories listed below) -navigation -headers -lists -tables -images -quotes -footers -buttons -cards -carousel -everything -"Tell me what you can do" (listen to the available features) TalkToMe is 100% free and open source under the MIT license Github: https://github.com/PalashTanejaPro/BlindHelper
- (2020-02-27) Saxon M.: Easy to use! Just select text to read, click on the extension and it begins reading while showing the text and you can have it highlighted so you can see where the reader is in your article. Another plus is that it's free to use and works in a simple way without having to view ads or a need to sign up.