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Verizon Announces Mobile Accessibility Suite

August 17, 2012 – Verizon Wireless has made available a Mobile Accessibility Suite for their Android 2.2 or higher Smartphones.  According to Verizon, the Mobile Accessibility Suite is a collection of ten apps designed to enhance usability by people who are blind or have low vision.  Some features include voice recognition, text-to speech software, and Braille output.  Verizon also reports that consumers will be able to experience full access to the mobile browser.

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