Intro to Talkback and Native Android Accessibility

Google Talkback is an accessibility service for the Android operating system that helps blind and visually impaired users to interact with their devices. Learning how to use Talkback is key to testing your Native Android apps for accessibility for people with disabilities.

In this video you will learn: 

  • An in-depth demonstration and introduction to Talkback, the built-in screen reader for Android devices.
  • How you can navigate your applications with Talkback via explore by touch and other gestures.
  • A demonstration of an inaccessible application and designs as they interact with Talkback.

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