Publisher: Lionebra Studios
Install size: 0.13MB
Google Play rating: 4 out of 5 (663 ratings)
Accessibility rating: 4.5 out of 5 (2 ratings)
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Speakerphone tool! Select one of 3 modes to turn on the speakerphone: 1. Orientation Mode - lay the phone down on a table 2. Proximity Mode - move the phone away from your face 3. Shake Mode - shake the phone Simple, quick and fun. [Up Sound Down] Please rate :)
Recent ChangesProximity mode added: just move phone away from face to turn on loudspeaker
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Kyle Sunday, 25-Mar-2012 3:43 PM ETVersion reviewed: 1.5
Phone model: Samsung Transfix
4 - The app is basically accessible, though there are some minor improvements that would make it more usable
Most of the controls can be accessed
Most, but not all buttons, edit boxes, and controls are labeled
Buried treasure. And it still works on Gingerbread. The unlabeled checkbox button enables and disables the app. The only problem I had was adjusting the sensitivity, which uses a seek bar. At this point, these are still not read properly by either Talkback or Spiel, so I basically had to guess the sensitivity level. In spite of this, I would consider this to be a must-have app.
AccessAna Wednesday, 09-Mar-2011 12:35 AM ETPhone model: Motorola Droid 1
5 - The app is completely accessible using a screen reader
Yes, all controls can be accessed
Yes, all buttons, edit boxes, and other controls are properly labeled
the app is simple and accessible. the only unlabeled control is a checkbox or button that appears on the main screen when you open it. Since you cannot arrow away from it, it's easy to think the screen is blank. Press the selector on this button/checkbox to enable UpSoundDown, and press it again to disable the app. For settings, press the Menu button.