Braille keyboard integrated into android by Google

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Google has integrated the Braille keyboard into the Android mobile operating system, designed to help the reporter, according to a Google blog.

Remember that Braille is a textured tactile font designed to be used. Google has found a way to adapt it to touchscreen devices by developing integrated Android.

It is assumed that when working with such a keyboard, the user moves the screen of the smartphone away from himself and prints with six fingers while simultaneously pressing the desired number of dots to enter a letter. In addition, the keyboard allows you to edit the text and send it.

So far, the built-in braille keyboard only supports English. It will be available on all devices on Android 5.0 and higher writes The Verge. To activate it, you must go to the settings, select the “Accessibility” section and activate Yuunack.


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