Google I/O 2012 – Making Android Apps Accessible

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T.V. Raman, Charles Chen, Alan Viverette, Peter Lundblad

Android 4.0 introduced platform-level accessibility APIs so that you don’t have to be an expert to make an app that’s accessible to people with disabilities. Come learn how APIs for accessibility make your job easier. We’ll provide code examples covering touch exploration, speech synthesis, multiplatform support through use of a DPAD, magnification for low vision, braille, and more.

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