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Accessibility Testing
Accessibility Testing

Accessibility Testing

App for blind and visually impaired users of TalkBack to check screen readers.

Developer: StereoMatch
App Size: Varies With Device
Release Date: Jun 20, 2015
Price: Free
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This app is designed for users of TalkBack and other third-party screen readers like Shine Plus.

These screen readers allow Android to be used by blind and visually impaired users of Android.

TalkBack is published by Google, and is pre-installed on most Android devices. The latest version of TalkBack can also be downloaded from Google Play store.

This app will show which screen readers are currently installed on your device, their version numbers, and whether any of them are enabled.

You will have to click the button and it will copy that information to the clipboard, and also show it on screen. You can then easily share this info with others by pasting the information into an e-mail etc.

Most devices will have TalkBack pre-installed, although it will not be enabled by default.

TalkBack users may have third-party screen readers installed as well - like Shine Plus. Usually only one screen reader will be enabled at any one time.

As an example of the info this app provides, these are the results for a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 running Android 5.0.1 with TalkBack version 4.4.1 installed, and with TalkBack also enabled, so it is running:

com.stereomatch.accessibilitytesting 1.0.4 results:

Simple accessibility check: true

List of screen readers:

com.google.android.marvin.talkback, version: 4.4.1, is ON

Screen readers running: 1

Device manufacturer: samsung,
Model: SM-N910C,
Product: treltexx,
Android version: 5.0.1,
SDK version: 21
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Accessibility Testing 1.0.6 2019-11-04
2019-11-04 Version History
010006: Updated to target API 28 (Android Pie 9.0).
010005: Updated for Oreo and above devices. Previous version was not reporting correct on Oreo devices. NOTE: still lists screen readers, but on Oreo and above devices, can no longer identify which are running or not (getRunningServices API no longer supported on Oreo).

More Information about: Accessibility Testing
Price: Free
Version: 1.0.6
Size: Varies With Device
Release Date: Jun 20, 2015
Content Rating: Everyone
Developer: StereoMatch
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