The Recite Me website assistive technology toolbar has been given an update to support users around the world, helping them access websites in a way that works best for them.
With the latest update from Recite Me, Word by Word highlighting improves the connection between voice support and word identification in over 35 languages.
Creating a text highlighting feature allows people to follow words on the screen much more easily, allowing them to focus and stop being distracted by other content on the page.
A user of the Recite Me accessibility and language support toolbar plugin will also now be able to choose between a male and female voice in the following languages; Danish, Dutch, English (Australian), English (GB), English (USA), French, German, Icelandic, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
As part of this software update, users can also control the reading speed of the text. These new features allow the user to create a completely customisable text to speech experience.
The support toolbar has also undergone a redesign for 2020. A simple modern, universal flat design that most people will recognize with vibrant bold colours to stand out as a functional website tool.
Recite Me Updates
• Word by word highlighting
• Male or female voice options
• Reading speed
• Toolbar redesign
“We’re super excited to be launching this fantastic new update to the Recite Me service. The new changes will allow our customers to engage with digital content in an even more personalised way, offering an enhanced experience across our entire user base.
“The latest update also contains features that our users have specifically requested so it’s great to be able to offer this back to our community.”
Ross Linnett, CEO and Founder of Recite Me
This latest update will continue to benefit millions of people who currently miss out on online and mobile content; Recite works across all devices, giving everyone the opportunity to use the internet the way it is intended.
Want to update your website for accessibility? Then try the Recite Me accessibility tester today.