Selecting the Right Devices For Your Needs
There are many great accessibility features built into phones and tablets and the following videos demonstrate some of the most useful.
For an overview of key features on different operating systems, the Royal National Institute for the Blind in the UK has produced the following video:
Presentations & Handbooks
- Wireless Independence Now! A review of accessibility features on smartphone, phablets and tablets by wireless RERC
- This summary of a mobile accessibility workshop organised by Wireless RERC contains several slides explaining where to find the accessibility settings on iOS and Android devices and how to activate and use them. The explanations contain screenshots of the OS platforms, making it easy to follow the path to the accessibility settings on your own device.
- incobs. informs about technologies for blind and low vision people: A comparison of speech output of VoiceOver, TalkBack and Narrator
- OASIS, a non-profit educational organization in the US, promoting healthy ageing, published a free handbook on mobile accessibility: Make your mobile devices easier to see, hear and use