Mobile technology offers more accessibility options

01/24/2013 | Digital Trends

A variety of assistive applications and features for individuals with disabilities have been developed for Apple and Android devices. Apple's devices, such as iPad, offer accessible features, such as VoiceOver, that speaks about the item being touched on the screen. Google has introduced new features in its latest Android operating systems, such as TalkBack, which also describes what a person is touching on screen.

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