AT&T's Pantech Flex Scores Jelly Bean
AT&T today announced that it is pushing the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update to the Pantech Flex. In addition to the standard Jelly Bean features, the update also adds some accessibility capabilities to the Flex, such as support for external Braille input/output devices and Gesture modes for visually impaired users. The update may be downloaded and installed over the air.
The Pantech Flex is one of the slimmest, most attractive smartphones ever offered by Pantech. Appearances, however, can be deceiving.
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Instagram today introduced two new tools that the visually impaired can put to use. First, Instagram is turning on automatic alternative text so the visually impaired can hear better, more detailed descriptions of photos that are displayed under the Feed, Explore, and Profile tabs.
Apr 9, 2020
Google is expanding the accessibility options in its Android OS with the addition of a braille keyboard option. It uses a standard six-key layout common for braille input.
Mar 13, 2019
Google Lookout is a free app that uses AI to identify things it sees through the phone's camera and describe it to a visually-impaired user. The company announced this week that the app is available now for English speakers in the US with a Google Pixel phone.
May 9, 2018
Google hopes its new app, called Lookout, will assist the blind and visually impaired as they navigate through their environment. Google says the app is intended to work when the owner's phone is worn around their neck in a lanyard with the camera facing outwards.
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