5 hidden features in android accessibility settings

Android device has mainly features it is not important which company’s device you are using they all have there own settings and features, Android devices have some hidden features also, we can call them hidden because we are not using them as we don’t need them in our daily life.

These features are useful for the person who has an eye problem and hearing problem and also text reading problem, but you can also use them for your needs like a presentation and youtube videos yes if you are a youtuber then you should know this and can save the space of extra application which you don’t need.

So let’s discuss them, Remember the option name will be Different because of device company.

5 Hidden Features in Android Device

1. Magnification Gestures

This feature works best for you if you lost your eyeglasses and need to read some text or notes, by turning on this option you can zoom in any application and windows just tap three times on screen and it will zoom you now move your finger to move the selected area, this is not important but yes if you have eye problem then you should use this.

2. Text To Speech

This is the best one if you don’t know this works same as your PC’s Text to Speech software turn this on then select google text to speech application now open google speech app then go to your notes and do commands after this your device will speak the written text,

So this is best if someone has riding problem and can’t read the words but can understand them.

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3. Colour Inversion

If you have Samsung and any device which has dark background menu then you should use this because it will invert the colours on screen, Just on the option and colours will automatically change and if you are using Mi device then you will have an extra option from this you can select colour type like Red-green, Blue-yellow etc.

4. TalkBack

When TalkBack is on, your device provides spoken feedback to help blind and low-vision users.For example, it describes what you touch, select and activate.

If you have turned TalkBack on accidentally, turn it off by tapping the switch until the green outline is around it, then double-tapping it. Do the same interaction for the resulting confirmation dialogue.

5. Control on Interaction

Interaction management is displayed on Samsung devices either through the availability menu or by pressing the Home button and Volume Down button.

It allows you to enable or disable your movements and screen timeout settings, but the coolest part is that you can block certain areas of the screen from responding to touch input, for example, in the status bar or notifications.

I will not describe every availability setup, because there are too many of them, as you can see.

In any case, I hope that I caused your interest to encourage you to check them yourself, because there is something really wonderful there, regardless of whether you think you need it or not.

Do you use the available options? What is your favorite and what are you using it for?


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