20 tips to learn how to better read and write with the iPad

Read

1. Use Speak selection

2. Use Shortcuts

3. OpenDyslexic font

4. Reader mode

5. Convert a web page into a PDF

6. Office Lens

Write

7. Use the Speak recognition fonction

8. Create shortcuts

9. Turn your handwriting into block letters

10. Fluently

11. Google Docs

12. MindNode

Understand

13. Check your spelling

14. Use a dictionary

15. Phonetic search

16. Built-in dictionary

17. Create your own dictionary

18. Google Translate

19. Google translate in a spreadsheet

20. Otter

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Teacher and Director of Academic Research & Innovation @ Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill

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