13 Feb Android Access for the Blind
Welcome to Android Access, your portal to information on accessible Android apps and programs for the blind and visually impaired. We’re excited to be a part of the Android community, and look forward to your comments, feedback, and submissions. If you’re new to Android, check out our Getting Started page. Keep up to date with the latest reviews and news by following @AndroidAccess on Twitter.
For all those Apps you are looking for that are accessible for the blind, this is the page to go to: Android APPSgoogle.com, pub-3447701155434117, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0
To add a braille display go to: APH braille display
This braille display will also work with tablets such as the Nexus 7
More Android commands: http://tech.aph.org/rbd_doc.htm#Android
Android comes with a screen reader called TalkBack that works with synthesized speech. It is activated in Settings/Accessibility.
Once you get TalkBack going for speech, you need to download and install BrailleBack to get the braille feedback.