RIM launches BlackBerry Screen reader for the visually impaired

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RIM launches BlackBerry Screen reader for the visually impaired

  • 2012-05-10 03:57:05
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News / Smartphones RIM launches BlackBerry Screen reader for the visually impaired
Research in Motion has launched the BlackBerry Screen Reader app for the visually impaired. this is often a free app that permits visually impaired BlackBerry customers audible output primarily based on visual data displayed on a BlackBerry smartphone.

The app is offered for the BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 and therefore the 9370. a number of the key options of the app are listed below.

• Support for core applications – Users will simply access core BlackBerry applications as well as email, calendar, phone calls and additional.
• Speech settings – users will customise the text-to-speech settings (volume, pitch and speech rate) and preferences for punctuation, verbosity and password security.
• Keyboard shortcuts – Users will set speech and audio preferences quickly and simply through (physical) keyboard shortcuts
• Accessible documentation – User Guide obtainable in accessible HTML through a desktop net browser.
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