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Use browser extensions for accessibility
Use browser extensions for accessibility

Improve accessibility with browser extensions

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Written by Bryan Zitzman
Updated over a week ago

Web browsers (the program you use to look at web sites) offer a variety of accessibility-related extensions that can magnify text, read text aloud, and offer color-blind accessibility.

Extensions are extra functionality you can add to your browser. Most extensions are completely free.

Here's the accessibility section of the Chrome Web Store, which lists dozens of accessibility-related extensions. (Links to Safari and Firefox browser extensions are also provided at the bottom of this article.)

Consider browser extensions that your team or your patients can use to enhance their experience. You'll want to verify that these extensions do not store data after use. Please note that we do not provide customer support for extensions.

If you have any questions, please contact our support team.

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