Download the free ScreenReader app and learn how to use VoiceOver and TalkBack.
Available since May 19, 2022 → Global Accessibility Awareness Day
The ScreenReader app contains exercises to learn VoiceOver and TalkBack gestures.
- Swiping with 1 finger
- Swiping with 2 fingers
- Swiping with 3 fingers
- Tapping with 1 finger
- Tapping with 2 fingers
- Tapping with 3 fingers
- Tapping with 4 fingers
The ScreenReader app contains exercises to learn VoiceOver and TalkBack actions.
- Navigate by headings
- Navigate by links
- Copy text
- Paste text
- Select text
You can reach us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The source code of the app is available on Github. We encourage others to contribute the the repositories screenreader-android and screenreader-ios. If you encounter any bugs, please create an issue on Github.
The ScreenReader app collects data through Firebase Analytics. The following data is collected: (1) the amount of time spent on each screen, (2) the amount of failures before completing a gestures, (3) the amount of time before completing an action. We use this data to improve the app.
The ScreenReader app sends data to Firebase Crashlytics when the app crashes. Crashlytics helps us solving issues which cause the app to crash.