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Apps4Android's Sprint ID Accessibility Packs

ID accessibility packs are bundles of applications which have been designed to assist individuals who cannot effectively read print on their smartphones because of visual, physical, perceptual, developmental, cognitive, or learning disabilities.  On January 4, 2012, Sprint released five Apps4Android Sprint Accessibility ID packs.  They are free to download with an Everything Data plan from Sprint on select Sprint ID-capable Android™ devices:

1. Accessibility ID Pack

2. Accessible Entertainment ID Pack

3. Accessible Navigation ID Pack

4. Accessible Daily Living ID Pack

5. Reading Made Easier ID Pack

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