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Having a visual impairment limits your use of smartphones but a team from Poland is looking to overcome this obstacle with a new application that blends vibration and braille to open new doors.
As the number of phones with touch screens increases the issue of usability for the visually impaired. A new application called Fleksy is intended to help reduce that problem, improving accessibility.