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By Alconost Inc.
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    1. Alconost Inc. Creator on July 18, 2017

      Hi Albert,

      Thanks for the question.

      Blind Communicator can launch any App installed in your device in order to use it with TalkBack. The main difference with TalkBack is that Blind Communicator takes care of the complexity that could represent a touchscreen for the blind. It also makes of the voice guide a great asset because the user doesn't need to learn how to use the smartphone with different screen geastures. It's algo great for small children or elder people because there is no learning curve. They are able to use a smartphone or tablet by simply sliding the finger up or down over the screen. The App will do the rest and the voice guide will tell you the result of every action. For last, the App allows the visually impaired to use a smartphone much faster than with TalkBack because the main features of a mobile device (calls, music and messaging) are presented with a simplified user interface in order to provide a faster browsing and a much better user experience for the blind.

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      Hope this helps. Should you have any questions, please let us know! Thank you!

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      on July 18, 2017

      @creator hi, how do you compare your app to Android's TalkBack function? What are the advantages of your app?