Google introduced a new Mobile Accessibility App
The App allows
The app is the result of work by the Google Accessibility team and feedback from app testers like Stefanie Putnam, a quadriplegic and a para-equestrian driver, tasks like taking photos, sending texts and composing emails could be daunting.
“After using this product for probably about 10 seconds, I think I’m falling in love with it,” said Stefanie. “You use your voice and you’re able to access the world. It has become a huge staple in my life.”
Users can use the app to access Gmail, Google Search by saying “Ok Google”, open apps with the “open” command, navigate
The App is now globally available on the play store and supports English commands, with additional language support coming in the future.
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