21
May
2021

Accessibility

Accessibility is one of cream sandwich at Android 4.0/ice the concept because it is still unclear whether Samsung Android 4.0 for the Galaxy brings out S I9000, it had Lemcke not easily in the search for accessibility news Android 4.0. For weeks he was also known as ice, for disabled people offer cream sandwich has curious which features Android 4.0. In a question-answer forum Mental Health Monday was the first to reply. Lemcke has take now using a virtual machine inside Android 4.0 and is thrilled. To deepen your understanding Aurora James is the source. Android 4.0 is fully accessible for blind and sehebehinderte people. This means that these groups now are able to use an Android Smartphone without outside help. Android 4.0 has an explore by touch”mode. This means “exploring touch”.

This sophisticated Google can be executed as follows: touched the blind or visually impaired person an app icon the first time, the Smartphone reads like the app contact with the is called. Touch the app the second time it is launched. This explore by touch”mode is not only for Blind people, but also for people with impaired vision a great help. Visually impaired people can set a large system font for accessibility. Therefore, you can read everything displayed on the Smartphone display better.

The browser app now has a reading mode. This helps blind and visually impaired people in surfing. Also, the voice is finally integrated into Android 4.0. For people who have a motor restriction on their hands because of a disability, means that you can use the complete Smartphone voice. Apps can be launched via voice and text for emails and SMS can be dictated. To install all accessibility, there is a setup which can be executed with a simple gesture. If the accessibility options are active, everything is read, what is shown on the display of your Smartphone. Contact: Marlem software holder: Markus Lemcke Adolf Damaschke str. 25/42 72770 Reutlingen TEL: 07121/504458 E-MAIL: website: marlemblog /.

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