With the launch of the Android version, the app will be accessible to even more people bringing sight to the blind and visually impaired.
Google announced the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL; a camera called Google Clips; Google Home Mini and Max; a Pixelbook and a new Google Daydream.
Google just added “Voice II” option under the Assistant Voice settings menu in the Google Assistant preferences. Selecting it gives you a male AI assistant across all your devices; be it the iOS app, a Pixel phone, or the Google Home speaker.
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Twitter has nearly 260 million monthly active users outside the U.S. as it does in its home market, approximately 68 million and recently launched a new app in an effort to boost those numbers further. The social network is testing a Android app for Twitter Lite, a native app version of a mobile web site Twitter launched earlier this year that uses less mobile data to work. The lighter data load means that the app is especially useful for emerging markets where data networks are often slower and more expensive for consumers to use.
Google just unveiled new features at a Google Developer Days keynote. The AI is also pulling up answers faster. They indicate that Google Assistant now possesses better contextual awareness. Not only will it be able to answer some of your vaguest questions, but it will also come in handy on your travels.
In this week’s VIP, Nelson and James bring you the top stories from Cool Blind Tech. And of course, it wouldn’t be a VIP without their Cool Picks.
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Samsung Electronics announced that it will launch ‘Relúmĭno,’ a visual aid application for people with low vision. ‘Relúmĭno’ is a visual aid application that works in conjunction with the Gear VR to enhance the vision of visually impaired people.
HumanWare has announced a partnership with The American Printing House to provide a new powerful tool for visually impaired students combining a high-performance digital magnifier with the versatility of an Android tablet, the MATT Connect.