Android Accessibility Suite is a collection of accessibility services that enable people to use an Android device eyes-free or with the use of a switch device.
Android Accessibility Suite includes the following services:
•The TalkBack screen reader adds spoken, audible, and vibration feedback to your device.
•Switch Access lets you control your device with a switch.
•Select to Speak lets you select something on your screen and hear it read or described aloud.
For help with Android Accessibility Suite, visit https://support.google.com/talkback/
To turn on TalkBack, Switch Access, or Select to Speak:
1. Go to Settings.
2. Select Accessibility.
Android 4.1 and above:
3. Touch TalkBack, Switch Access, or Select to Speak, and switch it on.
3. Touch TalkBack and switch it on.
4. Go back to the previous screen, then turn on Explore by Touch.
Android 3.2 and earlier:
3. Select the Accessibility checkbox.
4. Select the TalkBack checkbox.
Phone: Android Accessibility Suite observes the phone state so it can adapt announcements to your call status.
Accessibility Service: Because this app is an accessibility service, it can observe your actions, retrieve window content, and observe text that you type.
What’s new in Android Accessibility Suite 6.2:
•New name: We renamed the TalkBack app “Android Accessibility Suite.” Android Accessibility Suite includes the TalkBack screen reader, Switch Access & Select to Speak.
•TalkBack: Focus management, Android TV improvements.
•Switch Access: New settings, improved spoken feedback for use without looking at the screen.