are welcome to read about the Talking Browser before you install it. But
you must install the software to have the
Talking Browser read web pages to you.
is the Talking Browser?
A Talking Browser, or screen reader, will read web pages using computer synthesized
speech. The Talking Brower made by Point-and-Read, Inc. has special "point-and-read"
features to make it easy to use.
makes the point-and-read features of the Talking
Browser so easy to use?
easy to find what you want the computer to read. As you move the
computer pointer (or cursor), the computer highlights the sentence or object that
the cursor is pointing to.
easy to make the computer read a sentence. Just put the computer
pointer over a sentence and keep it still for about a second. The computer
will read the sentence out loud. You point, the computer reads. No clicking
easy to trigger links, push buttons, or activate controls. After
the computer reads the link, button, or control, just keep the computer pointer
there for another second. The computer will trigger the link or push the button
for you. No clicking is necessary. But if you like clicking, you can
trigger links or push buttons by clicking on them, instead of waiting for the
computer to do it.
here, to read more about special features in Point-and-Read®.
does the Point-and-Read® Talking Browser
taken a picture of what the Talking Browser looks like. Click
here to see the picture.
made a video showing the Talking Browser in action. Click
here to see the video.
do I find out more about the Talking Browser?
click here for more answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
You can also find more information at the Talking
Browser Website, or consult the Talking Browser
readme file. Read the Talking Browser's Voluntary
Product Accessibility Template.
do I install the Talking Browser?
the Point-and-Read® Talking Browser now.
if you have a site you'd like the Talking Browser to work with, click
here for more information.
Protected by US Patent US 7,194,411 B2, and UK Patent GB 2412049, with other patents pending.
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