There are some exciting additions to our award-winningRead&Write family of assistive learning solutions.
Introducing Read&Write for tablets
We're really pleased to let you know about our new Read&Write for iPad and Read&Write for Android tablet versions, which make all the popular features of Read&Write accessible for tablet users, with a fresh, friendly keyboard interface that's perfect for learners of all ages.
These easy-to-use alternative keyboards help with a wide range of writing tasks - from emails and social media to interacting with online forms. Just touch a word or passage to hear it read aloud, then use Read&Write's dictionaries and other tools to assist with assignments, homework or general reading and writing.
The tablet versions of Read&Write will be launching this week.
One million students
We're also really excited to now have over one million students worldwide now using our acclaimed Read&Write for Google™ Chrome extension that's ideal for schools and colleges using Google Apps for Education (GAFE). This easy-to-use integrated toolbar makes the web and files within Google Drive accessible to anyone who needs support with their reading and writing, including students with learning difficulties or dyslexia, or ELL.
Our best-selling PC edition, Read&Write for Windows has gained exciting new features in Version 11.5 including Office 365 compatibility. Just highlight words, passages or whole online Word or PDF documents and hear them read aloud. Extra support is provided with useful literacy tools including Dictionary/Picture Dictionary, Verb Checker, Word Wizard, Pronunciation Tutor, Fact Finder and Translator.