I wanted to let folks know that I've just released a new macOS app, assistEyes Speak: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/assisteyes-speak/id1522745126?mt=12
This is effectively an app I wrote for myself, as I use macOS, but don't use VoiceOver almost ever, mostly magnifier + speak selected text.
The primary purpose is as an image reader, if the app is opened, any image you copy to your clipboard will be scanned via the new OCR on macOS and any text will be read aloud. I think VO does this, but if you don't use VO and still want an easy path to this functionality, check it out.
This also means that you can get any on-screen text read, accessible or not, just by using the Cmd + Shift + 4 shortcut to screenshot a portion of the screen. Also super useful for text in images found on many social networks and some emails.
Hope someone finds it useful.