Eyegreeable is a reading aid tool that uses the Dynamic Screen Filter (DSF) technology, developed by physicians, in order to create a virtual protective layer between your eyes and the computer screen.
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Description: Eyegreeable is a reading tool software that uses the Dynamic Screen Filter (DSF) technology, developed by physicians, in order to create a virtual protective layer between your eyes and the computer screen.
Eyegreeable Main Features:
a) Increases concentration and facilitates reading of texts, tables and spreadsheets on the computer screen.
b) Provides comfortable reading with less eyestrain.
c) Uses dynamic reading lines and marking lines in different colors for enhanced concentration.
d) Increases human performance at any age and is even more helpful for people with dyslexia and those
with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
e) Assists in the prevention of the Computer Vision Syndrome (or CVS).
f) Reduces excessive screen brightness and provides special lines that serve as safe routes for on-screen reading. In doing so, Eyegreeable increases comfort, concentration, and the number of eye blinks per minute, since you need less visual effort to fix your eyes on a text line. This contributes to avoid ocular dryness that may occur mainly while reading long texts on the computer screen without any special protection.
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