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Sprint's Latest ID Pack Targets the Deaf

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May 5, 2011, 11:01 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Sprint today announced a new ID pack available to its Sprint ID-capable Android handsets. The Relay ID offers applications and services meant to help the deaf and hard-of-hearing better connect with their device and loved ones. Some of the applications include: Sprint Mobile Video Relay Services for sign language users; visual alerts and repeating reminders of calendar events and text messages; captions on videos downloaded to a microSD card; Gmail notifier and Google Voice; and TuneWiki and AIM with support for telephone relay services. The Relay ID pack is available for download from Sprint's ID Pack site.

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May 5, 2011, 11:10 AM

Harsh Title

Targets The Deaf seems like a harsh title Phonescoop. But this is a great addition to Sprint ID.
Harsh as in what? Harsh that it was not "PC" enough? 🙄
I would agree with you only if Phone Scoop were to have been able to go back in time and have been able to hire the services of the late comedian George Carlin to bring that point home 🤣

Seriously, nothing harsh about what was said 🙄
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