As of the June 28, 2012 build of Firefox for Android nightly builds, the Explore By Touch feature of the Ice Cream Sandwich version of TalkBack is supported in web content in addition to the already supported browser user interface. Read more about this feature on Eitan’s blog. Also, more buttons are now labeled so […]
Update: As of some time this lunch time in Europe, WebVisum is back in full working business. The instructions to edit one’s hosts file to point to the IP address for the WebVisum service directly has, therefore, been removed from this post. It is no longer required.
Yes, you heard correctly! Accessible Firefox for Android nightly builds, as of June 13, have quick navigation keys that those who are blind are most likely familiar with from the desktop screen reader world! In short, these are single letter key presses that allow a blind user using speech output to quickly skim a page […]
In my previous blog post, I focused on the user-facing aspects of the new accessibility features we’re currently building into Firefox for Android. This blog post is about the more technical details of this support. First, the fact that we’ve come as far as we have in such a short time is thanks to the […]