iOS vs Android Accessibility: Which Works Best with Your Visual Impairment (Part 2 – Android)

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Circle of the Blind Mice: Low on Vision, High on Tech! In Part Two of of iOS vs Android Accessibility, I take an in depth look at the pros & cons of Android & its accessibility features from a visually impaired perspective.

To watch Part One, where I focus on the pros & cons of iOS from a visually impaired perspective, click here:

The Android phone I used in this video is a Samsung Galaxy Note 4. It’s not the latest Note, but I chose it for the expandable storage, which the Note 5 does not have, not to mention it was lower in price. 🙂 If you’re new to Android, Samsung is one of the better brands under the Android umbrella. If you’d rather purchase an unlocked Note 4 instead of going through a carrier, they can be found over on Amazon (see links below):

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