Accessibility Features Built Into Apple OS X and iOS X Products
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- Accessibility in Mac OS X (4)
- Accessibility in the iPad (6)
- Accessibility in the iPhone (14)
- Accessibility in the iPod touch (7)
Make Core Curriculum Lessons Accessible to Students with Disabilities
The AbleNet Action Dictionary offers guidance on how to make Core Curriculum lessons accessible to students with disabilities through an effective use of assistive technology.
iBooks Offers Print Disabled Free, Accessible Content
Apple's free iBooks app gives readers with vision- and learning disabilities another option for making content accessible. The iBookstore has many classics in e-book form users can download for free. Once loaded into their iOS device, a student can listen to the text using VoiceOver, enlarge it using Zoom, add highlights, notes, and bookmarks to...
Accessibility Features for Deaf & HOH Users in Apple Products
This article outlines accessibility features for people who are deaf or hard of hearing that Apple has built into its OS X and iOS operating systems.
Listen to Web Content with SpokenLayer iOS App
SpokenLayer enables users to listen to web content on their iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. The app employs professional narration and text-to-speech to read articles aloud and aggregates content based on user preferences. SpokenLayer is designed for readers with visual and cognitive impairments, auditory learners, and those who enjoy on-the-go...
What is VoiceOver?
VoiceOver is a screen reader built into the operating system of all Apple OS X and iOS products that makes the machines accessible to blind and visually impaired users. VoiceOver reads text and app names aloud and provides audible cues to aid navigation.
oMoby Sends Product Information to Mobile Devices Based on Photos & Bar Codes
oMoby is an app that provides product information on photo or bar code searches users click or scan with their mobile device. The app uses IQ Engine's VisionIQ platform, originally designed for persons who are blind, and now used by companies to add visual search capabilities to apps.
Play Accessible Textbooks on Your iPhone with Learning Ally Audio
Learning Ally Audio is an mobile app that enables readers with print disabilities to access over 70,000 DAISY audiobooks -- including key texts for education levels -- on their iOS device
UNH Assistive Technology Lab Provides Adaptive Equipment & Accessibility Apps
For college students with disabilities, assistive technology is critical for success. An innovative University of New Hampshire AT Lab provides hundreds of students with adaptive equipment and mobile apps to make more courses accessible.
Zoom: Apple's Built-in Screen Magnifier
Zoom is a screen magnifier Apple has built into its Mac and iOS devices that enlarges what's displayed onscreen to make products more accessible to visually impaired users.