Accessibility Extensions for Google Chrome


Open-Dyslexic is an open sourced font created to increase readability for readers with dyslexia. This extension overrides all fonts on webpages with the OpenDyslexic font, and formats pages to be more easily readable.


metalmouth is a simplified open source screen-reader application which can be used to read out any HTML5 web pages and interact with most HTML5 input controls.It also supports multi-tab navigation.


Changes zoom level according to resolution & browser size. The Zoomy extension overrides the default zoom (text and images) for all websites. Default zoom can be set manually or automatic. The automatic mode depends on the browser width, resizing the browser causes live changes and it's Intended for widescreen or high resolution users.(Bigger than 1024px)


Daltonization is a technique of exposing details to color-blind users, allowing them see what they otherwise would have missed. Color vision deficiency (CVD), commonly referred to as color blindness, affects around 5% of the population (8% of males, and 0.5% of women) or one out of every twenty computer users.

Keyboard Navigation

Throw away your mouse and browse the web using your keyboard instead. The Keyboard Navigation extension allows you to browse the web without using a mouse.

How it works: 1) Press the comma key (,) to start. This will show hints for every link, textbox 2) Type a hint. If you typed correctly, the hint will be highlighted. 3) Press Enter or Return to "click" on the highlighted element. If you made a typo just press the comma or ESC key. Pressing one of these keys again will hide the hints


SpeakIt reads selected text using Text-to-Speech technology with language auto-detection. It can read text in more than 50 languages.