- Looking for accessible fitness wrist tracker
Re: Looking for accessible fitness wrist tracker
Dennis L <dennisl1982@...>
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What model of fitbit do you have?
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Re: [TechTalk] Looking for accessible fitness wrist tracker
I know I was able to keep the code on the screen long enough for me to use my phone to make a call to be my eyes so that someone could read it to me. I think the code stays on the screen for about a minute or so and then you just have to hit one of the buttons to make it come back up.
How long does the code stay on the screen?
The Fitbit app is accessible. However, you will need sighted assistance when first setting it up to read the code that displays on the screen. otherwise once you get it all set up it is very accessible.
On Dec 22, 2019, at 6:59 AM, Mich Verrier <michv@...> wrote:
Hi Dennis I think that the fitbit is accessible at least it was the last time I herd about it it has a app and from what I can remember the app is accessible and can be set up using voice over. I am not shure about talk back though since I don’t use that. Maybe others though who have this can comment as far as accesibillidey etc since I am just going by memmery and have no real knollige of using the fitbit but I do remember people talking about it on eather this list or another blindness list and saying that it was accessible. Hth. From Mich.
Hi, is there an accessible wrist fitness tracker that can be setup by a totally blind person without sighted assistance? The app should also be accessible with talkback and voice assistant. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.
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