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Google promotes accessibility with new features for Android, Chrome OS, and Google Docs

Florence Ion | April 12, 2016
One of those new features lets you control an Android device with just your voice.

Why this matters: Accessibility in technology means designing to accommodate all users, regardless of their physical abilities. Google has been a major proponent of user accessibility from the beginning, but it’s been particularly focused on the subject since December, when the company announced the Google Impact Challenge: Disabilities. Today’s announcement is likely an update on what’s been going on behind the scenes to ensure that this particular Impact Challenge is met.


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