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I have one of those products, but I Hate unlabeled buttons.
I love Android and have recently started using a Galaxy Note II. That being said, for a person who is totally blind, I would recommend going with the iPhone for a good out of the box experience. As I understand it, only once can the screen reader be activated without sighted help, and once you get past the initial tutorial that's it. This is not good if you choose to get a tablet and have multiple user accounts on it… (see email for remaining advice on this – it won't fit in the comment).
Do you think I should get an android or an iPhone? Because I don't know what to get. Android or iPhone I'm totally blind and I'm not sure how the Screen reader works on the Android
True. I felt the same way. It even read some things better.
Well that flushes that idea down the drain. LOL
Well that stinks. I wonder what language talkback is written in. Someone could probably go in and map a quick on/off gesture to volume controls & the power switch (i.e. power + vol up = Talkback on, and power + vol down = Talkback off) since all devices have power & volume switches. If the code is universal on these devices as far as mapping hardware buttons, it should be effortless to build in a shortcut like that.
I thought I'd heard something about how you can quickly turn the screen reader on & off by drawing a square with two fingers…?
I've got one, I prefer it over my Ipad
I haven't made up my mind, but it does look like a very nice tablet for the money.
Wow! Are you going to get it? I would love to here a review of talk back running on it.
Not that I could see – the best there is is large text but font sizes are fixed between…I think 10 and 14?
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