Capti is a universally accessible literacy platform enabling and empowering students to keep up with reading, and develop active reading strategies.
There is a Premium version which has more features.
Chrome app: Readium is an Epub reader.
Drag and drop an ePub file into the window.
NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) is a free screen reader enabling blind and low vision people to use computers.
Chrome extension: The ChromeVox screen reader is a screen reader extension for Chrome.
Simple yet powerful navigation is easy to learn and quickly gets new users up to speed browsing web sites and web-based applications eyes-free.
Documentation is available at chromevox.com for the user guide, tutorial, keyboard shortcut and developer reference guides.
VoiceOver gives you auditory descriptions of each onscreen element on your Mac and provides helpful hints along the way.
For iOS and Andoid.
Sonocent Recorder app can capture and record speech with your smartphone or tablet.
Please note files transferred from the app will be in a *.mran file format - these can be opened in Audio Notetaker which is only available in the Assistive Technology Centre on referral.
Type with your Voice in Google Docs
Chrome app: Type with your voice turns Google Chrome into a speech recognition app to dictate documents, emails and essays without touching the keyboard.
Use your voice to enter text on your Mac. The Dictation feature converts your spoken words into text.
Dictate text using Speech Recognition in Windows. You can use your voice to dictate text to your Windows PC.