Make your mouse pointer more visible

The mouse pointer is sometimes hard to see. On Helperbird, use the Cursor Accessibility preferences to make it easier to find the pointer on the screen.

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About

Ever think, is there’s a way to drastically increase the size of the cursor pointer?

If you move your mouse, and can’t find the pointer, it’s time to change the way that the pointer looks and behaves.

You can make that adjustment through Helperbirds Cursor options.

How it helps

If you have difficulty seeing or following the mouse pointer when it moves — or it changes to an insertion point, crosshair or other shape — you can increase its size.

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Pro feature

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Common questions

Helperbird is a browser extension that gives everybody the features and customization to make browsing and reading on the web easy. Including specialized fonts (OpenDyslexic), background colors, font colors, dyslexia ruler, text to speech, and more for Google Chrome!

Yes. When you pay for a year up front, you’ll get two months free. We also offer discounts for non-profits.

We use the email your logged into Google Chrome or your browser with. If you need to update your email. Just contact us.

Yes, we are doing the honor system here. We will follow up to ask for confirmation you are a student.

There's no minimum contract for Helperbird — cancel at any time without penalty or hassle. If you prepaid for a year, we’ll refund any unused months. To cancel, open up the app and go to the subscription option and click cancel and that it.

The reason for the $4.99 per month is to support the cost of development of new and upcoming features. We also do a yearly subscription for $50.00. As this is a one person team.

Currently Google Chrome, Mozila Firefox and Edge for Windows 10. Coming soon on macOS Safari extension.

Excellent I would love to hear about it! Email [email protected] with your suggestion.

Yes!, Google Docs currently doesn't support some fonts like OpenDyslexic. So we built CSS and support for these fonts.

We'd be happy to answer them