Study with Subwords has an excellent support for assistive technologies like VoiceOver, Voice Control and Switch Control. The app even includes a grid layout setting to make VoiceOver work well with the study view. The grid layout will arrange the subwords in the study view on a grid instead of being physics based. This makes it easier for VoiceOver users to find previously discovered items again, while also reducing the cognitive load for everyone.
Pronunciation is key when learning a new language. So when learning vocabulary, we made sure that VoiceOver would read out English words in English, Spanish words in Spanish, and so on. This is also true when VoiceOver speaks out the correct solution after solving a term on the study view./p>
Study with Subwords offers a special typeface called OpenDyslexic to make reading more easy for people with dyslexia.
Change the design of the app to something that is better legible to you by selecting a custom theme. You can choose from one of the predefined themes, which are Dark, Light, Black, Monochrome Dark, Monochrome Light and Color Blind Friendly, which is based on Paul Tols Vibrant color scheme. If none of those fit your needs, you can also create your own color scheme and manually set colors for any element in the app.
If you are using a larger text size on your iOS device, the menus of Study with Subwords will adapt accordingly. As for the study view, you can always use pinch-to-zoom to enlarge the content there.
Study with Subwords features custom rotors to let VoiceOver users filter the quickly move to certain items on the screen. The custom rotors will let you filter subwords based on their starting letter, on their length and wether they are uppercased or not.