Google is releasing a new tool called Accessibility Scanner for iOS — that’s designed to make it easier to develop iOS apps that accommodate visually and hearing-impaired users.
HaptImage LLC, a startup affiliated with Purdue University, has developed a new technology that will be particularly applicable to students in technical fields like engineering and science since it will help them to better visualize graphics.
How you can ask Assistant for a Play Store refund, but you must be using US English to make it work.
Be My Eyes, an app that offers visual assistance for people who are blind or have sight loss, now offers live customer support from Google through the Specialized Help platform.
How a designer came up with a wallet that can help the visually impaired identify banknote denominations
Paul Lemm, an avid gamer, has been partially sighted for the last 15 years and relies on his guide dog Murphy – but hasn’t let that get in the way of his hobby.
In Android 9 Pie, Google introduced a new navigation system. Naturally, it was compared with Apple’s gestures, introduced in the iPhone X. Android’s version might either be too iPhone-like or not enough. For better or worse, Android Q might change that and by change, we mean making its gestures resemble Apple’s even more closely.
Google has rolled out a new accessibility feature to the Canary Channel of Chrome in a bid to make screen readers more useful where images are concerned, according to a social media post from the company. The feature allows images that haven’t been marked with a description or other attributes such as ‘alt text’ to be described to users anyway.
Microsoft’s Seeing AI is an app that lets blind and low vision users convert visual data into audio feedback, and it just got a Cool new feature.
Danish companies Virtue Nordic and Copenhagen Pride have developed a new program that produces a genderless voice.