Google’s Android continues to develop on accessibility for its platform. At the moment Google uses their built in screen reader, TalkBack, for users with visual impairments and the blind. Now, there is another screen reader on the Play Store market that provides more built in functionality and different modes based on visual disability.
This type of app is new to Android with its lengthy features and extra functionality, making it easier to use. A few examples are optimization with the Google Chrome browser, and the apps functions can hide itself so no interruptions are made when the user is on another app. Other improvements are “mobile accessibility such as fast searching, image labeling by changing physical key or screen layer through powerful usability tools. It includes tools (candy bar) that have no repulsion for anyone to use with simple design”, as stated on the Play Store description. Another thing to note is that this app is compatible with Android version Jelly Bean (4.3) and above. Images below will demonstrate the app working on Android phone and tablet.