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Tips and Tricks for Getting Familiar with apps as a Blind Person

If you are a person with impairment who is unfamiliar with using apps, here are some Hable tips for getting started.

If you are a person with impairment who is unfamiliar with using apps, here are some Hable tips for getting started:

  1. Start with basic apps: Begin by exploring basic apps, such as a weather app, a news app, or a messaging app. These apps are typically easy to use and can help you get comfortable with the app interface. An external keyboard like Hable will make this part easier because the Hable is designed to be able to correct any mistakes with simple undo functions. Hable users have been answering calls, using WattsApp, texts sending emails and ordering presents from Amazon all with the Hable while outside with their phone in a different part of their house.This gives them freedom like never before.
  2. Use accessibility features: Many apps come with accessibility features that make them easier to use. These features can include larger text, high contrast themes, and voice control.
  3. Take your time: Learning to use apps takes time, so be patient with yourself. Spend some time each day exploring the app and trying out different features.

There are many resources available to help individuals learn to use apps. You can seek out online tutorials, Hable user groups, and Hable training programs for additional help and support.

Remember that learning to use apps can be a valuable skill for staying connected with loved ones, accessing information, and enjoying entertainment. With regular practice and the right resources, you can improve your ability to use apps and enjoy the benefits of technology.