VIENNA, VA, January 23, 2018 – RAZ Mobility, a provider of mobile assistive technology, announced the launch of its new redesigned Accessible Application Installer app. The free application provides users a simple way to discover the benefits of Android accessible applications.
RAZ Mobility has reviewed thousands of third-party applications and created a selection of recommended accessibility applications for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, blind, have a speech impairment, or have a mobility disability. The app offers a user-friendly selection tool allowing users to easily find and install great applications.
“Accessible devices, paired with accessibility applications, allow individuals with disabilities to overcome the challenges resulting from those disabilities,” said Robert Felgar, CEO of RAZ Mobility. “The launch of the new and redesigned RAZ Mobility Accessible Application Installer is one more step in RAZ Mobility’s efforts to help people with disabilities better their lives through mobile technology.”
Among many other apps, RAZ Mobility recommends in its installer applications such as Be My Eyes, an app providing live audio-video connection between blind or visually impaired and sighted users, and ProDeaf Translator, an app that converts speech into American Sign Language, allowing a hearing person to communicate with a person who is deaf.
Users will benefit from the selection of accessibility apps in one place by eliminating the need to search, review and test thousands of apps.
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