The Android mobile operating system offers a great level of customization to its users. This makes the whole experience fun and hassle-free. Over the years, the OS has evolved and has been bringing in features that allow people with disabilities and people who are slightly older, to use Android devices without a problem. This has resulted in the Android ecosystem becoming a lot more versatile and inclusive. If you are using a smartphone running the latest build of Android, you may have seen this feature called the Accessibility popping up in the settings. Before you panic and try looking for ways to delete it, hear us out.
The Android Accessibility Suite is a collection of accessibility apps that help you use your Android device eyes-free or with a switch device. This makes it easier for people who are not entirely comfortable with their smartphone, to use it in an easier and assisted manner. To make things more clear, let’s take a look at what the Android Accessibility suite actually contains.
Number 1. Talkback
When the Talkback feature is enabled from the Accessibility menu (Settings –> Accessibility), it provides spoken feedback so that you can use your device without looking at the screen. This feature is excellent for users who are blind or partially sighted.