Talking Dialer - slide your finger in the direction of the number you want - always starting at 5, you can then go up and to the left for 1, or down and to the right for 9, and so on.
Press Menu to access your Phonebook. Press the Dial button to call.
What's New in This Release:
· Replaced Run Button with double-tap to run
· Added Video Chat capable contacts to phonebook
· Added earcon to indicate when a phonebook contact is video chat capable
· Added support for tapping on screen sides to scroll content
What's New in 1.5.0:
· Updated for Ice Cream Sandwich and touch exploration compatibility.
· Added a "Call" bar at the bottom to support devices without Search and Call keys.
· Scrolling the left or right edge will move through contacts one at a time.
What's New in 1.4:
· Spoken feedback when passing over numbers
· Backspace added to the very left
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Supported operating systems:
Google Android 1.6, Google Android 2.0, Google Android 2.1, Google Android 2.2, Google Android 2.3, Google Android 3.0, Google Android 3.1, Google Android 3.2, Google Android 4.0, Google Android 4.1, Google Android 4.2, Google Android 4.3, Google Android 4.4, Google Android 5.x, Google Android 6.x, Google Android 7.x
Other Software by developer «Eyes-Free Project»:
Eyes-Free Keyboard Eyes-Free Keyboard - An augmented version of the Gingerbread on-screen keyboard that provides enhanced low-vision accessibility
Eyes-Free Shell Eyes-Free Shell turns your Android into an eyes-free communication device.
Provides one-touch access to Android applications, as well as useful mini-apps built into the Eyes-Free Shell.
Move your finger over the screen to explore; lift your finger up to run what you stopped on
eSpeak for Android eSpeak for Android - Port of the eSpeak engine that runs on Android.
To enable it:
1. Menu > Settings > Voice input & output > Text-to-speech settings
2. Check "eSpeak TTS".
3. Set your "Default Engine" to "eSpeak TTS"
TalkBack TalkBack is a screen reader that provides spoken feedback when
using native Android applications.
1. Go to Settings -> Accessibility
Talking Compass Talking Compass speaks your current heading and provides haptic feedback as your cross over any of the cardinal directions.
Touch the screen to hear your heading. Stroke the screen up/down to adjust verbosity
Text-To-Speech Extended Text-To-Speech Extended - This is a text-to-speech library for use by other applications.
It extends the functionality of the Android TTS API & is a preview of things to come for the next version.
Press "Menu" on the settings screen for a showcase of applications that use TTS.
If you have problems, please try removing your SD card and putting it back
Click, Link, Compete Click, Link, Compete - Click, Link, Compete aims to make multiplayer gaming simple on Android.
See website for details.
Note: This library comes with a head-to-head air hockey game as a demo app