Google launched a new Accessibility Scanner

Google launched a new Accessibility Scanner

To this end, the company is launching a new Accessibility Scanner, which allows you to check other applications for potential problems or possible improvements in terms of accessibility.

We all know how much the developers are working on their applications. And it knows Google. But they also know that it is sometimes difficult to make the application easier to use when you’re elbow-deep in its creation.

Google launched a new Accessibility Scanner

To this end, the company is launching a new Accessibility Scanner, which allows you to check other applications for potential problems or possible improvements in terms of accessibility.

You can free download on Google Play, but at the moment it seems that it is limited to devices running Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system.

Accessibility Scanner scans the Windows application, its various settings and seeks out possible dangers for users who have low vision, color blindness, reduced motility and so on.

Activate scanning in any secondary application is fairly easy thanks to a floating button, the user needs to open the application, press, remove the scanner screenshot and analyze what he sees. Floating button, you can move to any place with a simple drag.

Once the scanner has collected its screenshots, it will start the analysis of the buttons, text and other user interface elements to make suggestions for changes and make the application more accessible.

In Accessibility Scanner also has a tracker that allows developers to see their progress in the next versions of their applications. Check it out if you want to make sure that your application is as easy to use as possible.

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