This is the second episode of our podcast about Android, iPhone and their accessibility features.
In this episode, our discussion is focused more on the Android device and its Talkback feature. Talkback is the screen reader for Android used by visually impaired mobile users. Like the Voiceover on the iPhone, it enables the blind to use their touch screen phone.
The following is the list of topics discussed in this podcast:
- Talkback settings
- Talkback gestures and navigation
- Creating folders and dealing with icons and apps
- Button labeling
Like the first episode of our podcast, we hope this presentation will be useful also.
We still encourage everyone to leave their comments below if they have any questions regarding the topics discussed and any suggestions for our future podcasts.
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Now I am loving and loving this site where in fact I learned everyday of using my device of android. Thanks to Sarah and to the rest of the admin. ?However, my concern is that is there an app that I could download to change or I appreciate if you could share to us here the easy way of typing.
I suggest you search for the group Useful Software Collections on Facebook which I’m one of the admins. It has 1000 plus members and is very active. You can ask questions there regarding tech stuff and blindness.
You can try Samsung keyboard and Google keyboard if you’re not happy with the built-in keyboard on your device.
Thank you for your kind words about the BlindStreet website. We appreciate it.