For Immediate Release HILLIARD, Ohio – February 21, 2017 – Apps4Android, the world’s largest developer of mobile accessibility apps today announced the release of a new free Android app called, “Trump Presidential Documents (TPD).” TPD was designed to make it easy for everyone, including people with print disabilities, to keep pace with, and read, President [...]
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Providing Walking, Biking, Driving, and Transit Directions for the Masses Media Contact: Apps4Android, Inc. Media Relations email@example.com HILLIARD, Ohio (BUSINESS WIRE), July 10, 2014 – Apps4Android today announced an update to GuideDroid®, a fully-accessible, mainstream GPS application for use by everyone, including individuals with cognitive (and other) print disabilities. The update makes it possible for users [...]
Alan Viverette, Casey Burkhardt, T.V. Raman The following video illustrate affordances on the Android platform that aid blind and low-vision users, and explain what application developers need to pay attention to in order to reach the widest possible user base. The primary focus of this talk is making custom Android views accessible.
This demo shows how to enable Accessibility features on a new Nexus device.
Original Post by T.V. Raman Google showcased a number of exciting advances in accessibility on Android and Chrome during IO 2012. With these advances, blind and low-vision users can leverage Google applications and services on Android and Chrome to collaborate effectively with their peers and to obtain on-the-go access. Advances include out-of-the-box access on Android [...]
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Android 4.0 Accessibility Demo: Turning on Accessibility: Android 4.0 Accessibility: Exploring the Launcher: Android 4.0 Accessibility: Using the On-Screen Keyboard:
Explore-by-touch mode: Users with vision loss can now explore the screen by touching and dragging a finger across the screen to hear voice descriptions of the content. Because the explore-by-touch mode works like a virtual cursor, it allows screen readers to identify the descriptive text the same way that screen readers can when the user [...]