accessibility improvements

accessibility improvements

Greater accessibility for Google Apps

googleblog.blogspot.com
It's been a year since we posted about enhanced accessibility in Google Docs, Sites and Calendar. As we close out another summer, we want to update our users on some of the new features and improvements in our products since then. We know that assistive technologies for the web are...
Greater accessibility for Google Apps

Twitter for iPhone update brings back swipe, copy and paste shortcuts

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This slideshow requires JavaScript. Twitter has updated its iOS app with long overdue usability enhancements and a host of little improvements and bug fixes. Twitter for iOS version 4.1, a free download from the App Store, brings back the handy swipe shortcut: Just swipe a tweet in your home timeline to...
Twitter for iPhone update brings back swipe, copy and paste shortcuts

Kindle for iOS adds line spacing, multipage highlights, accessibility improvements, more

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Line Spacing Amazon updated its Kindle iOS app today with a number of notable improvements. Included in version 3.8 of the app is the ability to adjust line spacing to loose, normal or tight, and multipage highlights allowing you to “highlight long passages that span multiple pages for added convenience.”...
Kindle for iOS adds line spacing, multipage highlights, accessibility improvements, more

New Linux distro will target disabled users

www.pcworld.com
There are more than a billion people around the globe living with some sort of disability today, yet software in general and operating systems in particular are just beginning to address their computing needs. Microsoft's Windows 8 reportedly brought with it some accessibility improvements, and now a new project...
New Linux distro will target disabled users
Skype 4.0 update for iOS has UI, stability, accessibility improvements
Amazon's Kindle for iOS gets line spacing options, multipage highlights, textbook note filters, and more
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