Android Accessibility

The title of this post says it al––this is what we do here.

The Android powered smartphone has become an essential part of daily life for millions of users around the world, but one group seemed to lag behind- the consumer who has trouble seeing the screen.

While most Android devices come with pre-installed screen readers for the totally blind, assistance for people with low vision or just plain old “I forgot my reading glasses”-itis has traditionally been in short supply.

This is where Android Access.org comes in. Our mission is to inform you about all the latest phones, apps and gadgets that make your phone or tablet easier to use in spite of your vision loss. So if you’ve been searching Google wondering, “How do I make the font just a little larger,” you’ve come to the right place.

Whether you are looking to make the type on your Android phone a little larger or looking for a screen reader that doesn’t sound like Steven Hawking with a head cold, we’ll do our best to answer those and all your other Android accessibility questions in the coming weeks and months.

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