Google has developed a braille keyboard for Android

Google has integrated a keyboard into Android that allows typing to users who are blind or visually impaired. While it is available only in English for Grade1 and Grade2 levels (standard and simplified versions). The TalkBack keyboard consists of six virtual buttons, each of which is responsible for one of the six points of the braille .

The keyboard can be used in all applications where letter input is required. The new keyboard will work on devices running Android 5 and newer, the update will appear gradually for all regions.

The keyboard after activation in the settings (in the “Accessibility” section) can be turned on and off on the fly as needed.


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