Google Launches Reading Mode App to Assist Visually Impaired Individuals with Reading Lengthy Content


Google has launched a new app called Reading Mode. It helps people with visual imparities and dyslexia read the content on the screen — especially articles.

Working on any device running Android 9.0 or higher is the recently released app. Users must activate the app’s toggle under the accessibility settings once they have installed it on their phone. This enables the app to always have a floating button on the screen, enabling them to create an accessible version of any app or website. The content on the active screen is simplified when in Reading Mode. It has controls for changing the size, line spacing, font type, and contrast.

Reading Mode, as its name suggests, has been created especially for reading or listening to lengthy text, like online articles. It is not intended to read every item on the screen, including buttons and their functions.

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