Android Accessibility Suite

Android Accessibility Suite


Android Accessibility Suite Description

Android Accessibility Suite is making it easier than ever to use modern-day touchscreen devices for people with impaired vision by providing a combination of helpful accessibility services that will allow you to use your device eyes-free or with a switch device rather than using the touchscreen. Although there are built-in programs that typically make navigating smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices more comfortable for those with vision impairment, Android Accessibility Suite takes it to the next level.

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Android Accessibility Suite

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Install on PC & Mac

Check out our tutorials how to install Android Accessibility Suite on PC, or Android Accessibility Suite on Mac


  • Price: Free
  • Category: Tools
  • Developer: Google LLC

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Android Accessibility Suite

Android Accessibility Suite Review

Android Accessibility Suite reviewerMarc

Simple Gestures & Helpful Tutorial


Just because you might be visually impaired, it doesn't mean that you can't enjoy all the gadgets and devices everyone else is using. Once you run the Android Accessibility Suite on your device for the first time, the app will run you through a helpful tutorial that will teach you the ins and outs of all the accessibility features.


Those who are not blind, but have severely impaired vision, should be able to read the extra-large print in the app far more comfortably, and the clear voice commands will explain precisely how to use gestures to navigate the device more conveniently.


Switch-Access, Select to Speak, and Talkback


There are tons of different ways for you to benefit from using this app. If you are visually impaired but love to keep up with the news or social media, then use the Talkback feature to hear all the content you desire as it's read back to you. You won't have to worry about missing any details or bothering those around you because you can easily change the pitch of the narration through the settings options.


The switch access option in the Android Accessibility Suite allows users to connect to a switch device so that they can navigate their smartphones or tablets without having to use the touchscreen.


Some Glitches After Updates


Although the app has a plethora of helpful features, it seems that the service starts to glitch and misbehave after Google implement an update. It also feels as though the updates might take away from the functionality of the app by changing the way certain gestures or switches are used, which could make it harder for vision-impaired people to use.


The Android Accessibility Suite isn't only useful if you are visually impaired, keep in mind that the app is meant to help people use their devices without looking at it. So, this means that the app could be of great use if you find yourself on the road a lot, or in a situation where you can't physically touch your phone.



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