The Codpast Reveals Hidden Accessibility Features On Ipad

Our friends at The Codpast are techno geniuses when it comes to technology that can help people with dyslexia, access information on PCs and tablets.


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Today I came across a wonderful blog that they have put together that gives owners of iPads information on features that can be helpful for someone with dyslexia and other SENs.

Their post '5 Assistive modes you never knew existed on your iPad' uses video tutorials to help you get the most out of your iPad.

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Here’s our step by step guide to our 5 favorite iOS accessibility features.

The Accessibility Menu

If you want to get even more out of your iPad, the Accessibility Menu is the place to start. Here you will find everything you need to make your iPad talk to you, listen to you and even make sure you don’t stray from your given task.
There are 3 simple steps to finding this menu:
1. Open the Settings app on your Apple device:
2. Go to General and then scroll down to Accessibility
3. Choose the Assistive feature that most suits your needs.

For the full article from The Codpast click here.