Apple recently introduced its first version of exposure notification API. The API has been designed to allow apps developed by public health authorities to notify users who come into contact with COVID-19 victims. The Exposure Notification will let a user know if they have been exposed to the virus. The beta was recently released and if you have installed the latest beta on your iPhone or iPad, you can make use of the feature right now.
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Twitter adds accessibility features to its progressive web app (PWA).
How Do I Make the Text Bigger on My iPhone?
If you’d like to change the font size on your iPhone to make the default iPhone letters bigger or smaller, it’s an easy process. Although not every app supports Dynamic Type (the setting that tells apps to adjust the text size), many do. To increase text size on your iPhone:
The release of DOOM Eternal has been a success with its range of deliberate design choices for greater accessibility.
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Supersense is the smartest and simplest scanner app made for the blind and visually impaired users to read any text format independently.
Google announced on Thursday the launch of a virtual braille keyboard for Android that’s designed to enable those with low vision or blindness to type on their phones without additional hardware. The tech giant says it collaborated with braille developers and users to create it, and to ensure it can be used anywhere a user would normally type — including social media, text messaging, and email apps.
You can now read and send Twitter direct messages straight from your Apple Watch
Moving Out, the co-operative couch carrying game from Team17, is expected to arrive at the end of the month on a variety of consoles. Before the April 28 release date, though, a new trailer has been dropped that shows off a variety of incredibly thoughtful accessibility options included in the game, alongside a helpful and easy to grasp Assist Mode. Check it out below.
Facebook says it’s going to launch various features over the next couple weeks to make Facebook Live more accessible and easy to use, particularly for people who might not have a lot of mobile data.