Accessible Android Smart Phones

first_imgWHAT: Webinar “What you need to know before purchasing and successfully Eyes-Free and/or Screenreader Enabling an Android Smartphone”WHEN: January 20, 2010 at 2 PM EasternWHO: Presented by Steve Jacobs, CEO of Apps4Android and President of IDEAL Group, Inc.COST: Free! To register, visit this EASI Webinar form.Why: Apps4Android is an IDEAL Group subsidiary corporation dedicated to developing free/low-cost, high-quality, Android applications that enhance the quality-of-life, independence, and employability of individuals with disabilities.In November, Apps4Android became the world’s largest user of Google’s Text-to-Speech Library. Google developer’s use Apps4Android’s Speaking Pad application to test their new voices before releasing them to market. Since its inception on January 17, 2009, Apps4Android has built a customer-base of over 400,000 users in 30+ countries.Apps4Android’s Assistive Technology Applications include: iAugcomm: $4.99 IDEAL Group’s Augmentative Communication applicationis designed to enhance the communications abilities of people who areunable to speak. iAugComm provides a symbol-based method of communicationthat uses the Text-To-Speech (TTS) library for Android.Ask Eindroid: $0.99 A speech recognition, text-to-speech-basedapplications that enables its users to ask and get answers to questionsabout stocks, sports, the news, math, airline flights, restaurants and muchmore with no more effort from you than simply speaking to it.Better Voices For Cupcake: $0.99 Provides higher quality voices foruser of Android smartphones running version 1.5 of Android (Cupcake). Thismakes all of a users talking applications sound better in English (US &UK), Italian, German, French, and Spanish.SMSpeaker and Talking caller ID Bundle: $0.99 Automatically announces thenumber calling you, the name of the caller (if entered into your addressbook) as well as SMS messages. Many features.The IDEAL Android Accessibility Wizard: Free The objective of IDEAL’sAndroid Accessibility Wizard project is to eliminate the complexity ofworking through the variables, described on to enable end-users and retail storepersonnel to quickly, easily and successfully activate and installeyes-free and screenreading capabilities on any Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobileand possibly AT&T (not yet decided) Android smartphones manufactured bySamsung, HTC, Motorola and others.Share this…TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmailPrint RelatedTips and tricks for Android accessibilitySeptember 7, 2011In “Accessibility Reviews”SesameReader-Hands-free Page TurningMarch 5, 2014In “Products and Devices”Free Webinar on NVDA Screen-ReaderFebruary 19, 2010In “Products and Devices”last_img

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