The AudioEye Toolbar does not replace a screen reader or other Assistive Technology (AT). The Toolbar is a customizable usability tool with features similar to many types of AT; however, users of assistive technology dedicate a lot of time customizing and learning how to use their particular tools, so it is unlikely that anyone with their own assistive tool would utilize the AudioEye Toolbar instead. The Toolbar does provide other elements users may wish to interact with should they want to explore its features, including submitting an accessibility barrier via the Help Desk.
Articles in this section
- How do I launch the AudioEye Toolbar?
- How can I determine the version of the toolbar on my website?
- How to customize the AudioEye Toolbar?
- What is the AudioEye Toolbar?
- Does the AudioEye Toolbar make my website compliant?
- What is Toolbar customization?
- I installed AudioEye, but I don't see the AudioEye Toolbar icon, what do I do?
- What options are included in the Toolbar Settings menu?
- What is the Accessible Site Menu?
- What is the Page Elements function on the AudioEye Toolbar?