2 Online Braille To Text Converter Free Websites

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Here are 2 free online braille to text converter. Braille system (a form of written language) represents the characters as patterns of raised dots and it is helpful for visually impaired people as they are able to read the content by fingers using this language. If you receive or have some image or text in Braille and want to see the output as normal text, then these two websites will help you.

Both of these websites are pretty simple to use. These work pretty well for Braille alphabets and numbers. You enter or paste Braille text in the given box and the website will return you the answer/output. You might face difficulty to convert Nemeth Braille code (helps to represent Mathematical and scientific notations) to normal text but the websites are simply good to convert Braille alphabets and numbers to regular text.

Let’s check these free Braille to text converter websites one by one.

dCode

dCode website Braille Decoder

dCode is a handy option to convert Braille to text online. It comes with a separate Braille Decoder feature (Here is the link) to help you convert Braille code to simple text. You can also use it to convert text to Braille so it is a multipurpose website. The interesting part is you can save the output as a plain text file, which will contain the output text or Braille code, depending on which option you have used.

Converting Braille to text is also pretty simple. Braille Symbols will be in front of you, just like visible in the screenshot above. Use those symbols to enter your Braille Cipher text. After that, use DECRYPT button to get the output. The output text is visible on the top left part. Once you get the output, you can copy the text to clipboard, take a print, or save it as TXT file.

Unicode Braille Maker

Unicode Braille Maker

Unicode Braille Maker is a very simple website but its feature is awesome. There is a small box where you can add Braille text or plain text paragraph. After that, press the “SHOW” button and it will give the output. If the entered text was in Braille formatting, then you will get the output as plain text and vice-versa.

I like this simple feature as you are able to use two different features from a single option. Once your output is ready, simply copy it to clipboard and then use it wherever you want.

The Conclusion:

I also came across some other Braille converters but those were helpful to convert text to braille. These two sites work very well and good to use for the purpose of braille to text conversion. Among these websites, “dCode” is better because it comes with Braille Decoder and Braille Encoder features separately.

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