Articles for the ‘accessibility’ Category

Easy Access to Official, and Accurate, Trump White House Presidential Documents

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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Apps4Android Announces Update to GuideDroid®, a Fully-Accessible, Mainstream GPS Application

Providing Walking, Biking, Driving, and Transit Directions for the Masses   Media Contact: Apps4Android, Inc. Media Relations media-relations@apps4android.org 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 [...]

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Google I/O 2012: What’s New With Google Access?

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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Apps4Android Zigbee Accessibility Project

Please Note: This is not the website of the Zigbee Alliance nor is Apps4Android’s Zigbee accessibility project currently affiliated in any way with the Zigbee Alliance. The Zigbee Allicance’s official website is: http://www.zigbee.org/ About the Zigbee Alliance: Established in 2002, the Zigbee Alliance is an open, non-profit association of members that have created a thriving [...]

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Android Ice Cream Sandwich (V4.0) Accessibility Information

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 [...]

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