Category: Apps for Dyslexia and Reading Disabilities

Industries: Pupils, Children, Teachers, People with dyslexia

A simple-to-use writing and reading program, iWordQ US (English), is available to help struggling writers and readers.

Writing mode uses a basic text editor with word prediction, abbreviation expansion, and speech feedback capabilities to assist with writing. There is access to a dictionary and a spell-checker. Speech recognition is another option.

To make text easier to read, the Reading mode presents it in a more aesthetically pleasant format. This is employed for informal reading and listening, silent reading, reading aloud, learning, and proofreading. To improve comprehension and readability of text and enable you to concentrate on one text chunk at a time, you can choose a revolutionary text chunking method (patent-pending).


Word forecast:

As you type, predicted words are shown. To select a suggested term, tap it. Examples of usage are given to assist you tell apart similar-sounding words (including homonyms). iWordQ will still anticipate even if you have creative spelling. Predictions are displayed properly as you move the text cursor.

Speech Reaction:

For high-quality text-to-speech, touch and hold a predicted word to hear it uttered. The words you write or choose from the prediction list will be spoken aloud. When you hit “space,” the punctuation you have added to each sentence will be read back to you. With word-by-word highlighting, selected text can also be spoken. To pick multiple words, double-tap a word. To extend the selection, drag. Select a paragraph by double tapping. By selecting the Speech button, you can move ahead and backward by phrases or words in the speech review control that appears.


Use text macros, sometimes known as your own personalized abbreviation expansions, to make writing easier. The prediction list includes abbreviations as well. Expansions may contain any character, including punctuation, and may also contain numerous paragraphs.


Text files are automatically stored and can be retrieved from the File menu. The ability to share documents between systems via Dropbox is included. Email, Facebook, Twitter, Message, the pasteboard, and opening in other Apps are just a few of the additional connections that allow you to share documents.


In order to draw emphasis to the current sentence, the iPad’s onscreen keyboard is concealed, and the surrounding text is displayed in grey with the current sentence displayed in black text. By touching it, choose any further sentence.


Watch for errors when sentences are being delivered. To highlight a word and hear it spoken, tap it. This is helpful for determining whether a word sounds right. It could be misspelled, in the wrong form, or just the wrong word altogether. When you lift your finger, a list of words that you have touched and swabbed will be stated aloud. This is helpful in determining whether word combinations are appropriate.

>Learn by reading:

Utilize the patented Text Chunking technique to concentrate on material chunks or segments rather than single words and to provide breathing room so that you can fully understand your text before going on. This aims to imitate a skilled public speaker. A section of the sentence containing the point you tap will be spoken and highlighted. In order to give you time to collect your breath before listening to the next text chunk, a pause is added to each line as it is played.

Out loud reading:

Use iWordQ as a teleprompter and read aloud at your own pace or at the same speed as iWordQ would speak it. As you read the text, sentences (and text sections) will be highlighted.

Silently reading:

In order to read aloud in silence at the same speed as iWordQ or at your own pace, turn off speech feedback. As you move through the text, highlighted sentences (and text sections) will be indicated.

>Informal reading:

To locate the beginning point, tap the first sentence. The sentences will then be read aloud manually or automatically.

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iWordQ reviews

Finally I have a way to write what I am thinking. I have struggled too long. I cannot thank you enough.

- Don

An awesome app to help anyone who struggles to write or read! If you have children, this app is a perfect addition to help with homework.

- Kim

One of the best apps I used for school … Worth every penny.

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