Screen readers for Nexus 7General

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  1. gtbarry

    gtbarry Well-Known Member

    My aunt is finally going to take my advice and purchase a Nexus 7.

    She will be doing simple things with it. Such as browsing, email, etc.

    Problem is that she is vision impaired. Looking for advice on any kind of screen reader, etc. she can purchase or use. Not even sure what the proper terminology is for this kind of stuff.


  2. Kamal Hans

    Kamal Hans Active Member

    On the N7, navigate to Settings>Display>Fonts & choose the suitable font size.
    With ebook readers such as Moon Reader pro, Google Play Books, there is also an option for the text to be read out, with the speed of the speech also customizable.
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  3. trankster

    trankster Well-Known Member

    You can adjust the font size in most readers. If she's going to buy her books, I suggest starting out with Nook or Kindle reader apps. I prefer Nook books, because their books are in epub format and there are reader apps that can read them such as Mantano. If she is reading public domain books there are lots of choices including Mantano which I use.
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  4. El Presidente

    El Presidente Beware The Milky Pirate! Moderator

    Not sure about the stock ROM, but check Settings -> Accessibility. With the magnification option active, she should be able to triple tap and hold the screen to get a temporary magnified view of the area where her finger is.

    Would that help?
  5. gtbarry

    gtbarry Well-Known Member

    It will. But she keeps mentioning seeing screen readers on tablets on the news. Just want to make sure I steer her away from a dreaded ipad which may be able to do this.

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