Text displayed on the OpenWeb iOS web browsing app, which uses the OpenDyslexic font
OpenDyslexic features a weighted bottom, which is intended to lend "gravity" to every letter
Popular read-it-later app Instapaper now supports OpenDyslexic
Viewing a web page in Safari for Mac with the OpenDyslexic extension
Developer Abelardo Gonzalez has created an open-source font designed to help people with dyslexia read more easily. Dubbed OpenDyslexic, the font is currently available as a free download, in the form of a Safari and Chrome extension, a bookmarklet, and a free iOS web-browsing app. OpenDyslexic has also been incorporated into several third-party apps, including popular read-it-later service Instapaper.
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