Imagine trying to work or learn and not have the same ability to process online information as naturally and efficiently as your friends. You often mix up words, colors, don't like bright web pages or simply want a snippet of web text spoken out to you instead of reading it.
This is the beginning of our story.
Founded by Robert James a dyslexic programmerr in 2015, Helperbird began as a simple side project used to help close friends and family members with dyslexia.
Today, Helperbird has grown to deliver accessibility software to individuals, charities, businesses, schools, and other professional bodies to help with dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism, visual, speech, language, and other forms of accessibility issues while browsing the web.
We plan to be the number one go-to app for all your learning disability/web accessibility needs and will continue to work on giving everyone the tools they need to unlock their full potential.
We care about what we do, unlike other products. We built Helperbird to ensure it doesn't fall below our high standards and that's a promise.
Helperbird will never sell, store, or consume any user data. We do not store data or any other user-related content. We care about our customers and users first.
Add fonts, add colors, add overlays, underlines, strokes, text to speech, speech to text, and way more. Whatever you need to help you on the web.