5 accessibility features to help browse the AccessAble App on your device

The AccessAble App is a handy tool for disabled people when out and about. More than 70,000 Detailed Access Guides for public places and venues across the UK, including pubs & restaurants, shopping centres, parks, tourist attractions, hospitals and much more.

The great thing about the AccessAble App is that it can be accessed on any smartphone or tablet and can be used on the go. Plus, it is compatible with a majority of accessibility features. So, those who have limited mobility, dexterity issues, sight loss or learning difficulties – such as dyslexia – can browse the App independently.

AccessAble Champion Emma Purcell has reviewed the AccessAble App and lists five of the most useful accessibility features to use when browsing the App on iOS and Android devices.

Read: 5 accessibility features to help browse the AccessAble App on your device

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