What are screen readers?
Screen readers are a type of accessibility technology that allows people who are blind or visually impaired to use devices like phones and computers that have a screen. This allows people to access digital content when they might otherwise be unable to.
Who Uses Screen Readers?
As technology becomes more widespread and harder to live without, it becomes more and more necessary to create ways to make this technology accessible to everyone. Braille works well for text on paper, but you can’t use braille to read what’s on a screen. That’s where screen readers come in.
Screen readers are typically used by people who are blind, visually impaired, or may otherwise struggle to read on-screen content.