Accessible Smartphones

April 2012
PN;Apr2012, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p16
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The article offers the author's insight on the different accessibility of smart phones. The author mentions that Android 4.0 from Google Inc. offer services for visually impaired including its navigation without even looking at the screen and create audible feedback for user interface (UI). He states that Tecla application enable wheelchair users to control with their wheelchair. He cites websites that could be accessed by people with disabilities including-disabled.com/assistivedevices/apps.


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