RWF Talking Software

About Us:

RWF Talking Software designed and developed the first speaking encyclopedic English dictionary for the visually impaired. We’ve never lost the enthusiasm for the product or the boundaries that it helps our customers overcome. Since 2001 we’ve been developing and producing solutions for visually impaired and disabled computer users. Our products include the very first talking encyclopedic dictionary, a useful talking reminder, a versatile talking formulaic calculator and two fun games for the blind. All of our products have their own self contained speech, so no screen reader is required to use them. However, our products also work well with all screen readers including Jaws for Windows and NVDA. Our products operate with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP 32 bit and 64 bit variants. Our English speaking Talking Dictionary is also popular amongst computer users interested in improving their English language comprehension. We ship talking software products all over the world. We supply schools and further education centres in most countries.

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Classrooms, Social Centers and Offices:

Ask us about our special deals for multi user licenses. We offer discounts when you order more than one copy. Drop us a line if you would like to discuss your students’ requirements and we will be more than happy to help. We can negotiate special rates for bulk purchases. We can provide pre sales advice and support on how many installations your school. You can find our contact details here.

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The Products We’re Proud Of:

Follow the links below to find out more about our products. You’ve probably heard about our Talking Dictionary, but we have a few more useful software solutions for you.

Talking Dictionary

Talking Calculator

Talking Maze Game

Talking Scheduler

Talking Find A Word

 

 

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