Web Anywhere is an open source tool for the Visually Impaired and as far as the review goes it is a very good free screen reader. WebAnywhere: A Screen Reader on the Go is a great online tool for people with no eye sight. It is a free tool and you don’t have download any software as it is a web based application.
WebAnywhere runs on any operating system as long as you got a decent browser like Firefox or Chrome. There is nothing to be downloaded and installed on your computer to get it working. Unlike other screen readers Webanywhere is more easy to use and moreover there is no need to download or install and works on any Operating system. So any person who is visually impaired can enjoy the web like everybody else and browse the Internet.
Just check out this short video about what Webanywhere is and find out how it works:
You can try Web Anywhere right now @ http://webanywhere.cs.washington.edu/
This app was created by Richard Ladner, a University of Washington professor of Computer Science and Engineering and his doctoral student Jeffrey Bigham. Thanks to them, many people who are visually impaired are able to enjoy the web like the everyone else!