Read things out loud
Need to keep your eyes off your telephone for a bit? Have it read things to you so everyone can hear.
Go to Settings>>General>>Accessibility and turn on VoiceOver. You have the choice to practice with VoiceOver, set the talking rate and then some.
You will need to do some playing around to get accustomed to it. Case in point you can touch and drag your fingers around the home screen to have it perused what’s there. Twofold tap to actuate an application, while one tap will provide for you insights about it.
VoiceOver will read bearings to you in Maps, have your cam let you know what number of individuals are in your shot, and get talked photograph depictions. You can likewise hand compose notes and letters on the screen and have VoiceOver make an interpretation of your messages into content for Mail and different applications.
Go to Settings>>Accessibility and tap TalkBack. In the event that you don’t see it, you can download it from the Google Play store.
Turn it on and your telephone will read whatever you touch on the screen and approaching notices. To perform a general swipe motion, you need to use two fingers rather than one.
To modify your TalkBack settings, go to Settings>>Accessibility and tap Text-to-Speech choices. You can conform the voice motor and rate.
At that point go to Settings and turn on without hands mode. This will let you know who is calling or informing.
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