Google Now Offers A Braille Keyboard For Android


Google declared On Thursday that it provides a Braille keyboard incorporated into Android. The business claims that without needing hardware, the new feature will create its system more accessible for individuals that are visually impaired.

A design is, used by the computer keyboard, known as TalkBack. Each key represents one when tapped in conjunction of six Braille dots, which will form symbols and letters.


TalkBack can be used exactly the manner you use any keyboard by you: it may delete letters and functions across all of Android programs and distribute text. It is available in English and supports Braille Grade 1 and Grade 2.

The computer keyboard is currently rolling out Android 5.0 or after starting now. To enable it, go to Settings > Choose and Access TalkBack. You may see complete directions on the Android Access Help site .

Mark Swenson
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