10 best android apps for disabled people

Best android apps for disabled people

From the old age, people have been working towards medicines and tracking down how certain diseases or impair abilities can be managed. With the introduction of modern technology, it has become eminent to create and develop applications or softwares that can be utilized towards achieving the same objectives.

Thus, here we take an account of 10 such apps that have proved helpful towards people suffering from disabilities:

1. Voice Dream Reader

  • For the blind and visually impaired

The Voice Dream Reader is a very helpful app for the people with visual impairments. Many believe that it is the best mobile application based on text-to-speech. VDR helps the specially challenged people to “read with their ears” and offers the enriched quality of hearing.

Download it on: Google Play Store

Download it for: ₹ 650.00

2. Colour Identifier

  • For the blind and visually impaired

This app comes in handy and is a compact little app that enables its users to experience the environment of Augmented Reality (AR) and induces a friendly learning surrounding. It intricately works with the mobile phone’s camera and reads out loud the colors that are around.

Download it on: Google Play Store

Download it for: Free

3. uSound

  • For the deaf and hearing impaired

The uSound is a simple yet compact app and is an excellent platform to communicate which works as a Hearing Assistant. It has very similar features to that of a Hearing Aid and critics claim it to be a very interactive and easy-to-use software application for the people with hearing impairments.

Download it on: Google Play Store

Download it for: Free

4. Spread The Sign

  • For the deaf and hearing impaired

An initiative by the European Sign Language Center, Spread the Sign is a vastly used dictionary for the beautiful sign language with over 300,000 signs under its fold. The app is updated on a yearly with tons of new signs and languages. Currently, the app supports over 25 languages and aims at increasing the rate of sign communication.

Download it on: Google Play Store

Download it for: Free

5. RogerVoice Caption Calls

  • For the deaf and hearing impaired

A masterpiece of RogerVoice Communications, the app helps the deaf to indulge with phone calls without any problems. The app identifies the speech and translates it to subtitles, remotely, which allows users on the other side to communicate without any trouble. After implementing the Beta version for trial, it is now available on a full-term basis on Google Play Store.

Download it on: Google Play Store

Download it for: Free

6. Wheelmap.org

  • For the Wheelchair and Mobility Scooter users

As the name suggests, Wheelmap helps people having mobility issues to identify and travel to places that are accessible through wheelchairs. Users can drop comments and help out other users, regarding their experiences, whether the said paths are mobility-friendly for them or not. Users can also mark the places for future references and leave a piece of their mind while they are at it. Wheelmap is an excellent app for locating restaurants, cafes, clubs and public transport that are mobility-friendly.

Download it on: Google Play Store

Download it for: Free

7. Tecla Access

  • For the Wheelchair and Mobility Scooter users

Tecla Access is a brilliant masterstroke by Inclusive Design Research Centre or IDRC that enables users with the mobility impairment to control and use their mobile or tablet devices remotely without even having to pick them up. All you need is the Tecla Access app and the Tecla Shield, connect them to your mobility scooter and voila, you can control your cell phone without even having to touch them. One of the most intriguing features of the app is its voice-recognition module that gives the user the independence to use their mobile device with their voice solely.

Download it on: Google Play Store

Download it for: Free

8. Dextr Alphabetic Keyboard 2.0

  • For the Dyslexic people

An easy yet efficient app, the Dextr Alphabetic Keyboard is an important aspect of learning and communicating for people suffering from Dyslexia. The app works with the default keyboard and makes the letters in an alphabetic manner that helps users to easily text or email their friends.

Download it on: Google Play Store

Download it for: Free

9. Miracle Modus

  • For people suffering from Autism

This app is not necessarily for people suffering from Autism only, rather this app focuses on providing its users with a relaxing time period to resolve their stress and distraughtment issues. The app was created by a developer suffering from Autism and it works on producing a soothing environment with the help of hypnotic colors, shapes and soft sounds.

Download it on: Google Play Store

Download it for: Free

10. Pill Reminder and Medication Tracker by Medisafe

  • For people suffering from Alzheimer’s and Dementia

This app is very helpful when it comes to reminding its users that its time to pop-in their pills. It also acts as a Medication Tracker and an Organiser.

Download it on: Google Play Store

Download it for: Free

 

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