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talkback could use some improvement in the office apps area. if
you want office apps then maybe go for the RCA cambio windows10
detachable tablet with physical keyboard.
On 4/26/2017 3:44 PM, Gene wrote:
Again, you are speaking so
broadly that there is no way to know much about how you use
your device. I infer that you don't do much word processing.
I'm not sure what to say about your comments about apps. I'll
let others comment if they have experience or comments about
app accessibility or their results trying to get developers to
make apps accessible.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, April 26, 2017 1:04 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Android Accessibility Good
Bad, or In between?
Gene, I like skeptics! And, since you don't use an Android
device, I'm not
about to confuse or convince you to get one. The controls you
are no issues for me on my Shiny Android toy.
I don't write in this space for purposes of impressing the wind!
information based solely on personal experience whether it's by
experimentation, or by some other direct means. I live and
If it weren't working for me, I won't be working on THROWING
overboard for Android.
I will state here for the records that I DO NOT currently use any
or physical keyboard of any kind with my Shiny Android toys! I
touchscreen exclusively; I am getting work done, and, when I have
worth addressing, I write directly to the app developer in
question and get
results. I just sent a note to CoCard Merchant Services, the
the CoCard Restaurant app; in my note, I am seeking to know why
changes my screen orientation from Portrait to Landscape. I also
the issue of unlabeled buttons. perhaps I'll read from this
within the next few hours, or, by the end of the week. What's
me is that I can talk to the developer and get results! And, if
are obtainable, I simply abandon the app and its developer and
move on to
Since I began embracing technology and using it to make things a
for me with regards to what I do, I've never had so much luck in
developers until I wrapped my arms around the Android platform.
So, I can,
and I will, defend my platform to the best of my ability because
WORKING FOR ME as advertised.
I don't pretend to be a guru at anything; I typically will hardly
recommend a particular platform over the other; but I'll discuss
what I do
that's giving me achievable results! I'll let iOS enthusiasts
but, as for me, Android rocks my boat and I'm sticking with it!