Google rolling out official Braille keyboard

Google rolling out official Braille keyboard

Until now Google has left a Braille keyboard to third party developers. The new keyboard is used by holding the phone screen facing away and tapping circles corresponding to dots that make up letters in the Braille alphabet. It works with Android’s TalkBack in order to track and edit what is typed. It should soon be available in the accessibility settings on most phones running Android 5 and up.

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