Android Accessibility Suite, the app which now includes TalkBack and other accessibility services, has reached version 7.3 with several improvements aimed at easier navigation and reading.
This version lets you read by headings, links, or other items in continuous reading mode while on the fly. To do this, start continuous reading from the Global Context Menu or your assigned gesture, and then swipe up or down to change the granularity.
You can also now search the screen for text and control the size of buttons in the accessibility menu.
The update will come soon to your device or you can download it now from Google Play.
Here's the changelog they have posted.
New in Accessibility Menu:
• Change volume and brightness
• Turn on Large buttons setting
New in TalkBack:
• Screen search
• Read from top and Read from next automatically continue to next screen
• During continuous reading, scan screen by navigation settings
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