Get off-road with the Hable keyboard
Smartphones provide access to a vast amount of information through the internet. With the help of screen readers, people who are blind can access news, books, podcasts, and other content that might be otherwise inaccessible.
Many apps and services now offer mobile apps that allow you to access information from your smartphone or tablet. For example, banking apps allow you to check your account balance and make transactions, while news apps provide up-to-date news and information.
However, it is still challenging for people with disabilities to be completely confident to use phones in public. New situations can be daunting.
People with disabilities should feel just as comfortable using expensive phones in public as anyone else. While some individuals with disabilities may require specialised equipment or accessories to use their phones, this should not prevent them from using or displaying their devices in public.
A specific community of Hable One users expressed their experience with using smartphones with Hable One in public. They feel like the Hable One was designed for their outdoor needs. One user said they finally feel confident to venture out independently because they are ensured to be connected with their loved one as the Hable one makes using their smartphone easier while being kept safe.
Lastly, it's important to be confident when using your phone in public. Don't let your disability or the value of your phone hold you back from using it with pride and confidence!