Sprint is the latest carrier to announce forthcoming availability for Mobile Accessibility, allowing its customers to download the Code Factory screen access suite to their Android devices. Unlike AT&T, Sprint appears to be offering the full version of Mobile Accessibility as opposed to the stripped-down version from AT&T. Mobile Accessibility will be available in both English and Spanish, with versions designed for both Sprint and Boost Mobile to be releaced to the Android Market later this quarter. More info is available in the press release linked from this post.Source: Go to source
Category: Cell Phones
For all the good it will do. Anyone who's ever used it knows that Mobile Accessibility is limited, buggy, and doesn't fit in with the rest of Android. You'll have a bit more of a learning curve with a screen reader like Spiel and the real android apps, but you'll have a better experience in the end.
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