A default iPad function

Voiceover is an award winning, revolutionary, screen reading feature developed for blind or visually impaired users. Whilst in the iPad’s Settings and by then navigating to the Accessibility folder, you will find these accessibility features. When voiceover is enabled, the feature interacts with objects within apps so users can drive their interface even if they may not be able to see them.

Within the Voiceover settings, you’ll see a full breakdown of how you interact with the feature, via all the bullet points listed above. In essence though, to use the feature, you simply tap a word and the device will narrate back to you what that button is.

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With an external braille device connected via bluetooth for example, voiceover can also interact with either the 6 or 8 dot input methods.

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