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23<h1>Android Accessibility</h1>
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25<p>
26This is an introduction to using Android phones for people with low vision
27or no vision who want their phone to speak.
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30<p>
31All Android phones that have Android version 1.6 or later have built-in
32support for speech output and accessibility, completely free. While not
33all applications are accessible, Android is quite customizable. By downloading
34the right software and configuring the phone properly, a visually-impaired user can access just about any function, including making phone calls, text messaging, email, web browsing, and downloading and using many of the thousands of apps on the Android market.
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37<p>
38If you're not sure if Android is right for you, you may want to start
39with the <a href="faq.html">Frequently Asked Questions</a>.
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42<ol>
43  <li><a href="phones.html">Choosing a Phone</a></li>
44  <li><a href="enabling.html">Enabling Accessibility</a></li>
45  <li><a href="basics.html">Accessibility Basics</a></li>
46  <li><a href="services.html">Accessibility Services</a></li>
47  <li><a href="market.html">The Android Market</a></li>
48  <li><a href="customizing.html">Customizing Your Experience</a></li>
49  <li><a href="tips.html">Tips and Tricks</a></li>
50  <li><a href="apps.html">Accessible Apps</a></li>
51  <li><a href="versions.html">Android Version Guide</a></li>
52  <li><a href="troubleshooting.html">Troubleshooting</a></li>
53  <li><a href="faq.html">Frequently Asked Questions</a></li>
54</ol>
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56<p>
57For application developers, the <a href="developers.html">Designing for Accessibility</a>
58documentation provides an overview of the steps developers should follow to make sure that
59their applications are accessible.
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62<p>
63There are also a number of videos demonstrating various accessible Android
64applications on the <a href="http://www.youtube.com/user/EyesFreeAndroid"
65>eyes-free YouTube channel</a>.
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68<p>
69Follow the <a href="http://eyes-free.blogspot.com/">Eyes-free Android</a>
70blog for the experiences of one Android developer and user</a>.
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73<p>
74The <a href="http://accessibleandroid.blogspot.com/">Accessible Android</a>
75blog contains articles and tutorials for using your Android device
76eyes-free.</p>
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79If you have questions, the best resource is to join and post messages
80to the <a href="http://groups.google.com/group/eyes-free/">eyes-free
81mailing list.</a>
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