Web browser


  • Fixed a bug with making WebbIE default browser: should now work.
  • Fixed font and appearance for text view, select forms.
  • Added colour dialog option to set foreground/background colours.
  • Now uses IE11 rendering.
  • Made most forms maximised.

  • Fixed bug with many input buttons not working.

  • Added ability to download/open VIDEO and AUDIO HTML5 elements directly in your default media player: just hit Open. Doesn't work with embedded data URI elements.
  • Shortcut keys for media play: Ctrl+P play, Ctrl+O open, Space stop.
  • Fixed case-sensitive urls not working when typed into address bar.

WebbIE interface image

WebbIE lets you browse web pages, search the web, fill in forms, do ecommerce, and use online email, all in a highly-usable text-only display that works with any screenreader. WebbIE is free.


MozBraille screenshot image

MozBraille is an extension to transform Mozilla or Firefox to a stand alone accessible Internet browser designed for blind or partially sighted users .


Web browser icon

A web browser (commonly referred to as a browser) is a software application for retrieving, presenting and traversing information resources on the World Wide Web. An information resource is identified by a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI/URL) and may be a web page, image, video or other piece of content. Hyperlinks present in resources enable users easily to navigate their browsers to related resources.
Source: Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_browser)


Tap into Assistive Technology - ZAC stands for Zone for Autistic Children and it is a nice self-enclosed browser that was developed by a grandfather for his grandson in 2008. ZAC Browser allows children to access games, puzzles, music, etc. on the Internet all from one site making it a safe environment for playing on the internet...


First version


WWAAC Web Browser image

"WWAAC Web Browser" is an alternative Web browser for people with communication and/or cognitive impairments.


WWAAC Webpage image

The World-Wide Augmentative and Alternative Communication (WWAAC) project is a pan-european initiative to make web and email-based technology more accessible to people with communication, language and/or cognitive impairment.


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