Two months ago, [they] decided to take [the reading problem faced by people with dyslexia] head on. The Delhi-based teenagers created an app called Oswald, that helps people with dsylexia, visual impairment, and learning disorders to browse the web easily.
A web reading app specially designed for people with dyslexia, learning disabilities, visual impairment and even senior citizens has been developed by two Indian teenagers. The app, called Oswald, allows users to customize how web pages will look in their browser and can be downloaded for free.
While the world focusses on the majority, this brilliant duo wanted to make internet more inclusive and accessible to all. Anand and Nishant have been developing websites for years, and they are still in their teens. Talk about serious inspiration!
Delhi-based teenagers Anand Chowdhary and Nishant Gadihoke have been freelancing as web designers for a few years now. Recently, however, Anand was struck by a new and innovative thought that changed the way he looked at website design.
Check out the latest from team Oswald, who created an app that helps people with learning disabilities, the visually impaired, and senior citizens to access the web. Even more inspiring? The app was created by two teenagers from Delhi!
A web reading app specially designed for people with dyslexia, learning disabilities, visual impairment and even senior citizens has been developed by two Indian teenagers.