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Screen Reader Software

What is the best Screen Reader software for Linux?

I'm aware of Orca but it appears to have very a very low rating on the Software Centre.

Nick Pettit

1 Answer

Nick Pettit
Nick Pettit
Treehouse Teacher

I've never tried any screen reading software on Linux, but from what I've heard, Orca is the most popular. That could be old information though. You might also want to try just reading the Wikipedia article that lists screen readers.

Thanks Nick. I'll try Orca and take it from there.