Google introduces Classroom tools with “Reader Mode” for people with dyslexia

  • Google has launched “Reader Mode” for Chrome to make it easier for people with reading challenges, such as dyslexia, to read online articles and text posts.
  • Reader Mode takes the primary content of a website and puts it into the sidebar to reduce clutter and distractions.
  • Users can customize the typeface, font size, spacing, color, and background color to find the combination that works best for them.


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