Google’s Accessibility allows you choose many extension using the in-built Google’s Chrome screen reader technology.

How can I enable and install different features inside Chrome?

First of all, I need to open the ‘Accessibility Settings’ by clicking or tapping the status area in the bottom right corner of your screen and then select > Settings > Advanced (at the bottom of the page) > Add accessibility features.


In the market, you will find different Chrome Extensions, like: high contrast and color enhancer; read long descriptions; navigation with the arrows from your keyboard.

You can explore a vast universe of many extensions and apps inside Google/Android at the time to talk about accessibility. Of course, you will find many unusable stuff, you have to be sure to install trustable apps/extensions from trustable enterprises or reviews.

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Juan Manuel Jacinto

Head of UX/UI & IxD and Founder of Brailling: a launcher for Android, which is included in the industry of mobile accessibility and telephony.