Here are a few of the apps in the Google Play store that allow you to scan a document with your android phone then have it read to you with text-to-speech (apps for iPhone are in my previous post):
TextGrabber + Translator: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.abbyy.mobile.textgrabber.full&hl=en
Alpha Text: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.over.lay
Reblogging this for later. Stuff like this gets me very excited for my kids with learning disabilities.
Apps to read aloud text
A new font tailored for people afflicted with dyslexia is now available for use on mobile devices, thanks to a design by Abelardo Gonzalez, a mobile app designer from New Hampshire. Gonzalez, in collaboration with educators, has selected a font that many people with dyslexia find easier to read. Even better, the new font is free and has already been made available for some word processors and ebook readers. The font, called OpenDyslexic, has also been added to the font choices used by Instapaper—a program that allows users to copy a web page and save it to their hard drive.
I read about this ages ago and was waiting for a version of the font to become free.