Hi iOS does have good magnification thanks to Zoom according to some low vision
users I know or know of. I have not enough vision to read myself, so use
VoiceOver exclusively. On Android, there is magnification as part of the
accessibility services, but don't know or know of anyone using it right now who
could comment on how it works compared to Zoom on iOS. Like VoiceOver on iOS, I
use Talkback exclusively on Android.
On 11 Jan 2016, at 18:28, mike allen <rackeick@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
Can anyone recommend a good smartphone?
I have myopic macular degenerstion, with loss of central vision in one eye,
the other eye is holding up fairly well.
I have an ipad mini, so am used to Apple, but am wary of the cost of an
Have not used Android, but think I could get used to it, if needs be.
I currently have an unsmart Doro phone, but I need to branch out to a
Thanks for suggestions.
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