Touch Screen Navigation Assistance Program

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Assistivetouch

AssistiveTouch is a touch screen navigation assistance program for people with fine motor or other physical disabilities that prevent a person from using the control gestures for the touch screen on an Apple iPhone or iPad. When activated, AssistiveTouch displays a menu that overlays the screen. The menu has single touch buttons that allow a user to replace commands that require certain physical actions, such as rotating the screen or shaking the device to “undo.” AssistiveTouch can be activated

Voiceover

VoiceOver is a screen reader program for people who are blind or have low vision. VoiceOver is integrated into the Apple OS X operating system for Macintosh computers and the iOS operating system for iPhone and iPad tablet computers. On Macintosh computers, VoiceOver and OS X include built-in support for over 40 USB and Bluetooth braille displays, and it can support multiple braille languages. VoiceOver has standard gestures that can be used on a touchpad to navigate, switch windows or applica

Parent Category: Motor Disability Access
 
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