Accessibility in Android devices
Android accessibility features and apps make it easier to use your Android devices if you have physical impairments:
•TalkBack is a pre-installed screen reader service provided by Google for visually impaired users. It uses spoken feedback to describe the results of actions, such as opening an app, and events, such as
•Captions is an accessibility feature in Android version 4.4 and higher where you can choose to turn on captions for your device and specify options (language, text, and style) for closed captioning.
•Magnification Gestures is an accessibility feature that temporarily magnifies what’s on your screen or uses magnification mode to easily zoom and pan your screen. Large text increases the text size on your device. (For users with low vision.)
•BrailleBack is an add-on accessibility service that helps blind users make use of braille devices. It works together with the TalkBack app to give a combined braille and speech experience. This app lets you connect a supported refreshable braille display to your device via Bluetooth. Screen content appears on the braille display, and you can navigate and interact with your device using the keys on the display. You can also input text using the braille keyboard.
•Touch & hold delay is an accessibility feature for motor impaired users.