5 Most Accessibility Settings for Android Smartphone User


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5 Most Accessibility Settings for Android Smartphone User

5 Most Accessibility Settings for Android Smartphone User


Friends, In the Indian Mobile Markets everyday number of new Android Smartphone, are being launched and day to day the number of Android Smartphone user also increasing gradually. The reason is that the Android smartphones are much cheaper than the iPhone price. 

Many people are buying a new Android Smartphone but they did not know some Accessibility settings of the Android Smartphone. There are many more settings in your Android Smartphone but Let us know 5 most Accessibility settings for an Android Smartphone user.

1.          Magnification Gestures: One of the Accessibility settings is Magnification Gestures if you enable this feature on your phone, you any time tap on the display three times the contents on display will zoom. You can drag it and can view or read the content. If you tap again three times on the display, you will come out form zoom mode. For turn this feature on by accessibility in your phone settings.

2.          Text to Speech: After turning on this feature you can listen to any content which appears on your phone screen. In fact, your Andriod Smartphone content which text appearing on phone’s display convert into audio. For turn this feature on by accessibility in your phone settings.

3.          Invert Color: This feature can also turn on by accessibility in your phone settings. For this, you will change your Android Smartphone the default background color.

4.          Talkback: This feature will be very helpful to you, if If your eyes having weak or have lost the eyeglasses. After turning on this feature in your  Android Smartphone, when you touch your phone screen, the phone will tell you that what you are touching and which application you are touching. For turn this feature on by accessibility in your phone settings.

5.          Interaction Control: With this feature Interaction control, you can block your Android Smartphone’s a particular touch portion. If you want the Android Smartphone’s Touch feature on the notification bar, then you can turn on this feature by accessibility in your phone settings.

  In this way, you can turn on 5 most accessibility settings on your Android Smartphone and use it in your day to day life.

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5 Most Accessibility Settings for Android Smartphone User Reviewed by Techsmart18 on 6/25/2018 01:05:00 PM Rating: 5

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