Apple has incorporated a native screen reader called VoiceOver on their Macs and MacBooks since macOS X. The functionality is intended to make it easier for low-vision or blind people to browse their computers and the internet. It operates by reading aloud written descriptions of everything on the screen, as well as any visible text. Users may also interact with objects on the screen thanks to the technology.
While VoiceOver is mainly intended for persons with visual impairments, it may be useful in a variety of situations, such as if you have a learning problem and prefer to listen to material rather than read it.
Apple provides a comprehensive user guide that explains how to utilize VoiceOver with refreshable braille displays and trackpad movements, as well as how to configure the functionality to meet your specific requirements. However, if you’re just starting started, here are a few simple methods to enable VoiceOver.
Step 1. Open the System Preferences app on your Mac.