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Text to speech engines and pre-stored voices

SwiftBraille keyboard speeches each written letter, character, words, or even the whole text after you closed the keyboard. Based on installed text to speech engine (TTS) in your system, and of course some of Android devices have default one with some supported voices from different languages. Installed text to speech engines To view all ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

settings screen

Settings Screen

As the SwiftBraille project targets many groups; blind and visually impaired, there are some of settings provided by SwiftBraille to be customized based on the user needs. Starting from version 2.0 of this project, we re-designed all aspects of settings screen and group the common and related settings on special screens. ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

The popup menu in SwiftBraille

The popup menu

Note: Starting from version 2.0, and for technical issues, we've removed this feature from the app, and looking to provide more reliable popup window in the next versions. Starting from the official version of SwiftBraille 1.0 , the popup menu is supported and giving a lot of functions rather than depending ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

Operations Bars feature

Operations Bars

Starting from version (1.1) of SwiftBraille, and because of the conflict between using gestures and other screen readers, operations bars feature has been added to give users the ability of making some of operations without using gestures! You can activate this feature from settings screen, and scroll down to Advanced Settings: After ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

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Exceptions you can type without changing the keyboards types

Starting from version (1.1), the user is able to type punctuation marks from letters keyboards, without moving to the special symbols keyboard (keyboard number five in English, Spanish, French, and keyboard number four in Arabic)! You can type from letters keyboard - At. - Comma. - Full stop. - Question mark. - Exclamation mark. - At mark. - Apostrophe. - Cerrar ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

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How to make gestures

SwiftBraille supports some of gestures to make some of functions, besides the operations bars as well. Where can I do gestures? Starting from version 2.0 of SwiftBraille, we've removed the restricted area to make gestures (which was in the middle of the screen), and now you're able to do that on any of free ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

advanced settings screen

Advanced settings screen

This screen contains on not related and most common settings: - Activate gestures: You can activate or inactivate the gestures, this option is good one if you're using operations bars and you hate gestures. - Show operations bars: Providing three bars with a set of buttons to make some of operations, rather than using gestures, ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

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