We have a few surprises..... like word prediction
Thanks to users like yourself, we create and add features to Helperbird that change the lives of over 400,000 users across the world.
I would also like to thank all free and Helperbird Pros users who support Helperbird. From leaving reviews, upgrading to Helperbird Pro, telling your friends about Helperbird, giving us suggestions and bug reports. It all helps us to make Helperbird the fastest growing tool for accessibility in the world and allowing me to continue on Helperbird full time.
I hope everyone's looking forward to the iPad version.
This was a feature we have been working on for the past few months and we are proud to say it works really well. Helperbirds word prediction (English for the moment) works on every website and even Google docs. It's light and doesn't slow down your browser and makes it easier to discover words as you type.
Thanks to David Flair and his suggestion, you can now align the text on any page to your needs and style. From left, right, center, justify and justifying the text.
Not to bore users but according to the W3C, paragraphs shouldn't be longer than 80 characters. We thank to David Flair you now have control over this.
We have added six new themes. They are Light, Dark, Garden, Cupcake, Bumblebee and Pastel. We know you're going to love them.
An easier name we think. It has also gotten a slight redesign. It looks stunning.
Export your settings to a json file. An importer is coming soon.
Delete your annotations from the annotations page. Making it easier for everyone.
You can now select any paragraph and have access to the highlight menu options.
Our settings page now has been redesigned. Making it easier to do everything and navigate.
Our talented editor Courtneymakesvideo.com has been uploading our latest support videos, have you seen them? Discover them on our Youtube channel or on our support pages.
The icons and title above features were slightly off.
On Edge, it was bringing users to the Chrome store for reviews.
The Helperbird toolbar only shows on the google docs pages now.
Over 400,000 use Helperbird every day. Allowing them to be more accessible and productive on the web.