Windows Phones

Windows Phones offer many ways for you to personalize your phone like iPhone and Android phones. It seems that over 130,000 apps including Live apps are available for Windows phones.   You can access the built-in accessibility features called “Ease of Access” from Settings.  The features include magnification by tapping, enlarge text on apps, high contrast, listen to text messages hands-free, voice recognition, and read-out-loud your received text message.  You can also use your Windows phone with a TTY/TDD to make a phone call by using the appropriate cable and connector for the headset jack.  I have not heard much about people using these Windows phones yet, but I would like to see more developers come up with unique features such as interfacing with mice, switches, and Eye Gaze systems.

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