What speech-based browsers are available?
- Simply Web 2000 - a speech friendly, speech enabled accessible web browser with advance features that allow easy navigation of complex pages by blind users. There's an emerging market of speech-based browsers
- Web Speakster costs 49.95 USD.
- IBM Homepage Reader - uses Internet Explorer and MSAA to access the document, and reads the page aloud using IBM's TTS technology.
- JAWS - the most popular, but very expensive, choice for blind or partially sighted computer users. JAWS is a screen reader, and reading browser output is one of its functions.
- Window Eyes - the other popular screen reader for partially sighted and blind computer users. Recent versions of Window Eyes are capable of reading textual content inside Flash files.
Free talking web browsers