We have been reviewing the Motorola X smart phone recently to see how its accessibility features stack up. As part of the project our very own Peter Tucic has done a video on Android’s TalkBack feature, which allows blind users to use the phone.

TalkBack will read information from the phone to the user to allow them to navigate, read emails and texts, make calls and so on. Also included is Google Now which is a speech recognition service that allows a user to speak to their phone to perform functions such as call contacts, set alarm, navigate applications and a lot more.

Watch the video below to see how it works, and what we think of it!

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