Microsoft Immersive Reader: Use this handy tool to make your own apps better

Having text read aloud, highlighted automatically or translated into different languages can make dense text much easier to work with. Now you can add this functionality to line-of-business apps. Assistive technology isn’t just for people with obvious disabilities. If you lose your glasses, or you’re trying to jot down a reminder with a baby in one arm, you can have what’s called a ‘situational disability’.

Link: Microsoft Immersive Reader: Use this handy tool to make your own apps better
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