It’s important that our readers are able to easily access and enjoy content in our library. While this isn’t a complete list, we’ve provided some recommendations below for popular assistive technology that has been used with Scribd. For specific details on how to use each, your software’s official guide is the best reference.
On the Scribd website
You can access the Scribd website with the below screen readers (not affiliated with Scribd).
If you use a Windows operating system:
- JAWS (Job Access With Speech) with the most recent version of Google Chrome
- NVDA (Non-Visual Desktop Access) with the most recent version of Google Chrome
If you use a macOS:
- VoiceOver with the most recent version of Safari
On the Scribd mobile app
Currently, the Scribd mobile app isn’t fully compatible with screen readers and their text-to-speech features. However, accessibility options are built into the devices listed below, and may be useful for navigating Scribd.
If you use an Apple device:
- VoiceOver with the most recent iOS update installed
If you use an Android device:
- TalkBack with the most recent Android update installed
Our team is committed to improving the experience for all of our readers, and we’re continuously working towards our mission of changing the way the world reads. If you experience any issues or have additional feedback, please contact Scribd Support.