- Special Educational Needs
- Distance Learning
- Educational/Instructional Software
- Middle East
- North America
- South America
At Texthelp, we believe everyone deserves to understand and be understood. Everyone’s brain works differently. We don’t all read, write and think in the same way. We create technology that helps build confidence at school with reading, writing and maths.
For schools, colleges and universities, our products work together to build an environment where everything is easier to understand. Students have simple toolbars for help with reading and writing. They include things like text-to-speech, predictive spelling or grammar, picture dictionaries, and much more. And there’s one specifically for maths that helps with typing equations, remembering the symbols, and taking maths from pencil and paper to the computer. Teachers can edit PDFs to create worksheets, assign work, and provide feedback and comments in any format.
Our products have already helped millions of students. And we’re ready to help millions more.
The Belfast-based technology company has been acknowledged for achieving international scale with its suite of education and workplace products as it reaches 40 million users
The Texthelp Group offers MSc Educational Assistive Technology scholarship programme at the University of Dundee.
Literacy tool Read&Write now available to schools across the Scottish Highlands
Helps millions of students and adults worldwide to read, and write and express themselves independently.
Create an accessible, dynamic and collaborative space that works for everyone.
Makes maths both digital and accessible. Type, handwrite, or dictate any expression, with no tricky coding to master.
Assess and motivate student writing while providing fast and effective feedback on individual written work.
Our Texthelpers will help you explore our digital tools and set you up with a free school pilot.
We’ll be joined by friends and leading voices on our stand for Texthelp Talks live at Bett.
Join us at 3pm on day 1 of Bett for a live Twitter chat with TV’s Baasit Siddiqui. Get involved using #AskBaasit.