The following software are available for City staff and students to use at home on any Windows 10 device via Apps Anywhere.
AppsAnywhere allows applications to be delivered to students and faculty on-demand via an app store-style platform. Find out how to open and launch Apps Anywhere.
An overview of assistive software available at City, University of London.
Not sure which software to use? We have added the following categories to the software descriptions.
Listen to your computer: text-to-speech and screen readers
Speak to your computer: speech-to-text, dictation and controlling the computer using your voice
Low Vision: magnify your screen, enhance mouse pointers and cursors, highlighting, screenreading
Productivity, planning and organisation: literacy tools, mindmapping, digital voice recorders and audio editing.
Description: Mind mapping is a visual form of note making. Mind mapping can help you:
Mind Genius contains some useful study skills and project management templates to help build your map.
Guides: Mind Genius resources include 'how to' guides, templates and training.
Category: Productivity, planning and organisation
Description A collection of tools to support your reading and writing, including: Hear documents read out loud, text prediction, screen masking and summary highlighters.
Guides: Videos, training and guides can be found on TextHelp's training pages.
Category: Productivity, planning and organisation Listen to your computer
Description: A magnification and reading application tailored for low-vision users. Magnifier/Reader enlarges and enhances everything on the computer screen and can read aloud documents, web pages, and email.
Location: Northampton Square Library Level 2, bookable computers.
Category: Listen to your computer: text-to-speech and screen readers, Low Vision: magnify your screen, enhance mouse pointers and cursors, highlighting, screenreading.