Google launches a tool that suggests accessibility improvements for applications

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    Accessibility Scanner

    Accessibility Scanner is the new Google our Android devices, but is not an application intended for everyone, it is a tool for application developers .

    This tool suggests accessibility improvements for Android applications. Accessibility Scanner scans the elements of the application and suggests that developers can apply their changes to improve accessibility with small changes in the interface, such as resizing buttons and change text colors and backgrounds. The application will suggest that Google and colors put to increase contrast, in this way the application will be easier to use for people with vision problems

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     Accessibility Scanner

    running Accessibility Scanner is very simple. Once this tool activated from the Accessibility settings of your device just have to touch the popup button to analyze the current screen. It will analyze all components is on screen for recommending improvements that could be applied to that application.

    Accessibility Scanner

    Accessibility Scanner version 1.0

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    • Android version: 4.0
    • Developer: Google
    • Download it at: Google Play
    • Price: Free
    • Category: Productivity

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    Google launches a tool that suggests accessibility improvements for applications
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    March 24, 2016

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