The IWORDQ US text editor app includes three different modes: reading, writing, and speaking. Each mode has varying features to aid the writing and editing process. Font size in any mode can be increased or decreased. A black color scheme option offers a black background with white text, which may help those with visual impairments. In traditional reading mode, indicated by the icon of the book in the top right menu bar, users select individual sentences or paragraphs they've typed and hear each individual sentence spoken out loud. This mode includes options for text chunking, varying the reading speed, and modifying the line and letter spacing of the text. Users may also touch different words on the screen to see them highlighted and hear them read aloud individually. Voice options for the reader include a male and female voice. In writing mode, kids can use the on-screen keyboard or a pair a keyboard with the iPad to write sentences, paragraphs, and reports. Kids can customize the word prediction feature to change the location, size, and amount of the words on the screen. Double tapping on words on the screen launches cut, copy, and paste functions, as well as options to replace, look up, share, and speak individual words. For another editing option, take a screenshot of the work and continue more editing on-screen by circling, underlining, and notating using various colors. Speaking mode, indicated by the bubble in the top right menu bar, allows users to highlight small areas of text or the entire document, and then listen to it being read from start to finish. If the device is paired with Apple TV, the work can be projected onto a compatible television. Information created in iWordQ US is saved as a TXT file, which users can send via AirDrop, save as a PDF, print, post on Facebook, or share as a message, email, or note.