Mobile apps give the blind and visually impaired a new sense of freedom

“Over the last decade, mobile apps have evolved from silly fart programs and mindless games to services that make a massive difference in people’s lives. Accessibility jumped to the forefront roughly two and a half years ago, when giants such as Microsoft and Apple made it a priority. These apps don’t just offer superficial user interface improvements but incorporate sophisticated tech such as AI and voice recognition to provide tangible benefits like having your mail read to you.”

Read the entire article at CNET and check out the 25 best apps for the visually impaired (2020 Edition) at www.everydaysight.com.