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Accessibility ID Pack

This ID pack installs all the applications necessary to operate a smartphone without the need to see or read what is being displayed on the screen. It does so through the use of spoken, auditory and vibrational feedback. Applications include:

Eyes-Free Shell: Turns a user’s smartphone into an eyes-free communication device by providing one-touch access to Android applications. Users can move their finger over the screen to explore and lift their finger up to run what they stopped on.

Keyboard Tutor: Enables user to understand the layout of the buttons and keyboards on smartphones without being able to see them by pressing any key and hearing that key spoken aloud.

Rock Lock: A simple, eyes-free music player that talks to you

Voice Search: Quickly search your phone, the Web and nearby locations by speaking, instead of typing. Call your contacts, get directions and control your phone with voice actions.

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