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To add Google Chrome accessibility features



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If you're having trouble reading text on websites, seeing specific colors, or having dyslexia, Google Chrome has accessibility features that can help. You manage them individually through various Chrome extensions available in the online store.

Official Google Accessibility Extensions

Google offers four official accessibility enhancements that you can add to the Chrome Web Store browser:

  • Color Amplifier ]: A customizable color filter applied to web pages that enhance the perception of color for people with partial color blindness.
  • Caret Browsing: An extension that allows you to browse the text of a web page with the arrow keys on your keyboard. [1
    9659006] High contrast: Change or invert the color scheme of web pages to make it easier to read the text at the touch of a button.
  • Long Description in context menu: Add an object to the right-click on the context menu that opens a long description link of a picture – a special HTML attribute used by some help technique to provide more information than an image's alt text.

To install one of these e xtensions, click the "Add to Chrome" button to the right of the name.

  Click Add to Chrome on the extension you want to add

Read the Add-ons permissions, and then click "Add Add-ons".

  Read the permission, then click Add extension

After a few seconds, the extension will be installed and ready to be used.

Add-on extensions from third parties

If you find that the few options from Google do not do it for you, the Chrome Web Store has a lot of third-party extensions to choose from as well. Installation is the same as for official Google extensions, but they are sorted under a different category.

Go to the Chrome Web Store, then select "Availability" from the drop-down menu under Categories.

 Select Availability from the Categories drop-down menu

To view the full list of accessibility extensions, click "View All."

 Click on Show all

There are quite a few here to choose from, but here are some that we think are quite useful for getting started:

  • An extension that reads text for you : Read Aloud is a text-to-speech extension that converts a webpage's text into audio, so you choose between different voice types in 40+ languages. Connect your Google Wave or Amazon Polly to allow even more lifelike synthetic speech. The perfect tool for anyone who has dyslexia, low visibility or if you prefer to listen to content rather than reading it.
  • An extension that writes what you say: VoiceIn Voice Typing can use speech recognition in any textbox for almost any site. Based on Google's speech recognition engine, VoiceIn is one of the best speech-to-text extensions available in the Chrome Web Store. With support for over 120 languages, you never have to write anything ever again.
  • An extension for scrolling with the keyboard: Vimium provides people who cannot use the mouse or if you prefer the power user approach keyboard keyboard shortcuts for navigation and control on all web pages. Vimium is fully customizable and has a dialog on the page if you forget your shortcuts.
  • An extension that helps you read: OpenDyslexic Font for Chrome uses the open source font to increase text readability for people with dyslexia. The extension transcends all text to the OpenDyslexic font type and formatting pages, making them easier to read.
  • An extension that helps you see more colors: Vision gives people suffering from color vision deficiencies, Tritanopia (blue deficiency) Deuteranopia (green deficiency) and Protanopia (red deficiency), the possibility to see more colors on the internet.

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