This is a list that was compiled by doing some research on the internet. We at BESB have not personally tested these apps for their accessibility using an android device. These results are from other blind users who have experimented with the apps.
You can download all of these apps directly onto your android device through the market app or by visiting Google play.
Navigation of this document
This document has been structured for easy navigation for screen reader users. Major sections are heading level one. Subsections are heading level two and the individual app names are heading level three. You can navigate to these using the quick navigation keys for your particular screen reader.
For JAWS users, when using quick keys in Microsoft Word, you will first need to turn quick keys on. You can do this by pressing insert Z. then you can navigate the headings by pressing the letter H. to jump to a specific heading level, do the following:
For headings at level 1 press 1
For headings at level 2 press 2
For headings at level 3 press 3
For Window-Eyes users, there is an app that comes with the program called wordNav. This allows for quick navigation of Word documents with headings, etc. to turn on wordNav press insert Z. to navigate the headings, do the same as you would for JAWS users as mentioned above.
An open source screen reader for Android devices.
TalkBack, KickBack, and SoundBack are apps for the Android Accessibility Service to help blind and vision-impaired users use their devices more easily.
You need to enable them by turning on the accessibility features on your device.
Works wih Talkback to provide braille interaction with braille displays and android devices.