A simple self-voicing PDF reader.
PDF is a surprisingly complicated format: a PDF file can contain almost anything. Some PDFs work well with assistive technology like ClaroRead, some don’t: how can you be sure you have made or been given a PDF that will read properly? Will an exam paper in PDF format work in your exam? (Read more…)
ClaroIdeas is an easy-to-use tool to support the creation and editing of concept or idea maps using visual components. It has been specifically developed to support people with wide age and ability ranges. We have tried to keep the complexity of the program down whilst still retaining the functionality of an idea map. (Read more…)
Please see ClaroRead USB for how to create a ClaroRead USB.
Claro Voice Setup is a small Windows program that lets you download and install any of 80 high-quality text-to-speech voices in 30 languages. (Read more…)
The ClaroSpeak Chrome App lets you read back documents and proof and correct your own work. (Read more…)
The ClaroRead Chrome Extension sits in your Google Chrome web browser. It lets you speak web pages, PDFs and Google Docs on Windows, Mac, or Chromebook. (Read more…)
ClaroRead Cloud OCR lets you OCR or scan documents, images and files, and convert them into readable Word documents and PDF files that will work with ClaroRead, ClaroPDF and other applications for reading and editing. (Read more…)
ClaroSpeak Web lets you read text, use word prediction, and scan PDF and image files (Plus only). (Read more…)
- ClaroRead V7.2: Help File
- ClaroRead V7.1: Help File | User Guide (PDF | Word doc)
- ClaroRead V6.1: Help File | User Guide (PDF | Word doc)
- ClaroRead V5.7: Help File | User Guide (PDF | Word doc)
- ClaroRead V5.5: Help File | User Guide (PDF | Word doc)
- ClaroRead V5.0: Help File | User Guide (PDF)
This is a guide to PDF, how it affects people trying to use assistive technology (A.T.) with it, and what can be done. (Read more…)