For the most part, I am unable to spend time writing instructions for every platform. OpenDyslexic is a standard OpenType typeface, and follows the installation instructions for your platform. Additional questions on how to do this on systems less common than the below are best checked with the provider or vendor responsible for your setup.
On most computers, installing OpenDyslexic means dragging the font files to into the fonts folder, or opening them and choosing an install option.
Double-click font files and select 'Install'
Double-click font files and select 'Install', or:
homebrew cask install font-opendyslexic
Installation Instructions for Linux
The process for installing in a Linux or BSD distribution vary. If instructions are not below, check with the vendor providing your distribution
iPhone & Android
Change entire system:
Modifying the system itself can brick, boot loop, or force you to reset your device, losing all your data. Most times, when following instructions carefully, these changes are completely safe. Unfortunately, I am unable to directly support or perform these tasks on demand.
There are packages for iOS and Android around, but I can't follow them all and support all of them. Some searching in the respective App Stores or jailbreak sites is necessary.
Add font as an option in applications:
On iOS, search the app store for OpenDyslexic. Install the application and follow the directions.
Android does not appear to be a platform that encourages useful ways to include OpenDyslexic in documents.
Can't turn off OpenDyslexic on webpages
When using an OpenDyslexic Chrome extension, the pages will all appear in OpenDyslexic. The official extension accounts for icon fonts and has an on/off switch. Some others may not provide either. In either case, if you need to remove an extension, ...
OpenDyslexic extension does not work in Google Docs
The way Docs handles text, it forces it to abide by the existing metrics of the currently chosen font. The plugin doesn't replace the typeface of the doc, it only switches the displayed font to OpenDyslexic while keeping the original typeface as the ...
Can I use OpenDyslexic in my Book/Product/Application?
Yes. Longer answer: OpenDyslexic is licensed under the BitStream Vera Sans license (Details here: https://www.gnome.org/fonts/#Final_Bitstream_Vera_Fonts). However, OpenDyslexic 3, and OpenDyslexic Mono are licensed under SIL-OFL, which allows ...
OpenDyslexic is a typeface designed to make reading easier for some symptoms of dyslexia. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions on OpenDyslexic. What’s included? OpenDyslexic comes in Regular, Bold, Italic, Bold-Italic and Monospace. ...