NVDA allows blind and vision impaired people to access and interact with the Windows operating system and many third party applications.
- - NVDA is the most popular Windows alternative to JAWS.
- - NVDA is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to JAWS.
Comments about NVDA as a Alternative to JAWS
Ease of use (learning curve is fairly low for baseline use), universal functions. No problems installing or navigating-2
Thunder is an award-winning free screenreader talking software for people with little or no sight. It works well with Windows 7, Vista or XP. Thunder is available all over the world in 8 languages and it really is absolutely free.Discontinued
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Orca is a free, open source, flexible, and extensible screen reader that provides access to the graphical desktop via speech and refreshable braille.
- - Orca Screen Reader is the most popular Linux alternative to JAWS.
This is Google's screen reader which is built-in to many phones. It's worth getting the latest version from the market to gain the latest improvements. Some special scripts are included to improve access for some popular third-party apps.
- - TalkBack is the most popular Android & Android Tablet alternative to JAWS.
VoiceOver is a revolutionary built-in screen reader that’s more than a text-to-speech tool. It tells you exactly what’s on your screen and talks you through actions like editing a video, building a presentation, or quickly navigating between apps.
- - VoiceOver is the most popular Mac, iPhone & iPad alternative to JAWS.
Developed for blind computer users, SuperNova Screen Reader is a software screen reader that works by reading the screen interactively and communicating through a speech synthesiser or a refreshable Braille display.
- - Supernova screen reader is the most popular commercial alternative to JAWS.
Supernova screen reader Features