IPhone Assistive Touch

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Jan 13, 2022
1.1
Sep 11, 2021
1.0
Sep 11, 2021
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Assistive Touch Control Center, kennisgewingsentrum, skermkiekie en gebare.
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አጋዥ የንክኪ መቆጣጠሪያ ማዕከል ፣ የማሳወቂያ ማዕከል ፣ ቅጽበታዊ ገጽ እይታ እና የእጅ ምልክቶች።
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مركز التحكم باللمس المساعد ، مركز الإخطار ، لقطة الشاشة والإيماءات.
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Köməkçi Toxunma İdarəetmə Mərkəzi, Bildiriş Mərkəzi, ekran görüntüsü və jestlər.
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Дапаможны сэнсарны цэнтр кіравання, цэнтр апавяшчэнняў, скрыншоты і жэсты.
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Център за помощно докосване, Център за известия, екранна снимка и жестове.
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সহায়ক স্পর্শ নিয়ন্ত্রণ কেন্দ্র, বিজ্ঞপ্তি কেন্দ্র, স্ক্রিনশট এবং অঙ্গভঙ্গি।
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Centre de control tàctil assistiu, Centre de notificacions, captures de pantalla i gestos.
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Asistenční dotykové ovládací centrum, centrum oznámení, snímky obrazovky a gesta.
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Hjælpemiddel Touch Control Center, Notification Center, skærmbillede og bevægelser.
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Assistive Touch Control Center, Benachrichtigungscenter, Screenshot und Gesten.
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Assistive Touch Control Center, Benachrichtigungscenter, Screenshot und Gesten.
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Assistive Touch Control Center, Benachrichtigungscenter, Screenshot und Gesten.
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Βοηθητικό Κέντρο ελέγχου αφής, Κέντρο ειδοποιήσεων, στιγμιότυπο οθόνης και χειρονομίες.
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Assistive Touch Control Center, Notification Center,screenshot & gestures.
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Assistive Touch Control Center, Notification Center,screenshot & gestures.
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Assistive Touch Control Center, Notification Center,screenshot & gestures.
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Assistive Touch Control Center, Notification Center,screenshot & gestures.
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Centro de control táctil de asistencia, Centro de notificaciones, captura de pantalla y gestos.
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Centro de control táctil de asistencia, Centro de notificaciones, captura de pantalla y gestos.
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Centro de control táctil de asistencia, Centro de notificaciones, captura de pantalla y gestos.
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Centro de control táctil de asistencia, Centro de notificaciones, captura de pantalla y gestos.
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Centro de control táctil de asistencia, Centro de notificaciones, captura de pantalla y gestos.
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Abistav puutejuhtimiskeskus, teavituskeskus, ekraanipilt ja liigutused.
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Laguntza ukitzeko kontrol zentroa, jakinarazpen zentroa, pantaila eta keinuak.
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مرکز کنترل لمسی کمکی ، مرکز اطلاع رسانی ، عکس از صفحه و اشاره ها.
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مرکز کنترل لمسی کمکی ، مرکز اطلاع رسانی ، عکس از صفحه و اشاره ها.
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مرکز کنترل لمسی کمکی ، مرکز اطلاع رسانی ، عکس از صفحه و اشاره ها.
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مرکز کنترل لمسی کمکی ، مرکز اطلاع رسانی ، عکس از صفحه و اشاره ها.
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Avustava kosketusohjauskeskus, ilmoituskeskus, kuvakaappaus ja eleet
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Tulong na Touch Control Center, Notification Center, screenshot at kilos.
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Centre de contrôle tactile d'assistance, centre de notifications, capture d'écran et gestes.
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Centre de contrôle tactile d'assistance, centre de notifications, capture d'écran et gestes.
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Centre de contrôle tactile d'assistance, centre de notifications, capture d'écran et gestes.
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Centro de control táctil de asistencia, centro de notificacións, capturas de pantalla e xestos.
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સહાયક ટચ નિયંત્રણ કેન્દ્ર, સૂચના કેન્દ્ર, સ્ક્રીનશોટ અને હાવભાવ.
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מרכז בקרת מגע מסייע, מרכז התראות, צילום מסך ומחוות.
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सहायक स्पर्श नियंत्रण केंद्र, अधिसूचना केंद्र, स्क्रीनशॉट और इशारों।
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Pomoćni centar za upravljanje dodirom, centar za obavijesti, snimke zaslona i geste.
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Segítő érintőképernyős vezérlőközpont, Értesítési központ, képernyőkép és gesztusok.
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Հպման կառավարման օժանդակ կենտրոն, ծանուցման կենտրոն, սքրինշոթ և ժեստեր:
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Pusat Kontrol Sentuh Bantu, Pusat Pemberitahuan, tangkapan layar & gerakan.
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Hjálpandi snertistjórnunarmiðstöð, tilkynningamiðstöð, skjámynd og látbragð.
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Centro di controllo touch assistito, Centro notifiche, screenshot e gesti.
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アシストタッチコントロールセンター、通知センター、スクリーンショット、ジェスチャー。
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შეხების კონტროლის დამხმარე ცენტრი, შეტყობინებების ცენტრი, ეკრანის ანაბეჭდი და ჟესტები.
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Сенсорлық басқару орталығы, хабарландыру орталығы, скриншот және қимылдар.
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មជ្ឈមណ្ឌលបញ្ជាទូចជំនួយមជ្ឈមណ្ឌលជូនដំណឹងរូបថតអេក្រង់និងកាយវិការ
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ಸಹಾಯಕ ಸ್ಪರ್ಶ ನಿಯಂತ್ರಣ ಕೇಂದ್ರ, ಅಧಿಸೂಚನೆ ಕೇಂದ್ರ, ಸ್ಕ್ರೀನ್‌ಶಾಟ್ ಮತ್ತು ಸನ್ನೆಗಳು.
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보조 터치 제어 센터, 알림 센터, 스크린샷 및 제스처.
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Көмөкчү Touch Control борбору, Билдирүү борбору, скриншот жана жаңсоолор.
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ສູນຄວບຄຸມການ ສຳ ຜັດຊ່ວຍເຫຼືອ, ສູນແຈ້ງເຕືອນ, ພາບ ໜ້າ ຈໍແລະທ່າທາງ.
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Pagalbinis jutiklinio valdymo centras, pranešimų centras, ekrano kopija ir gestai.
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Palīdzības pieskāriena vadības centrs, paziņojumu centrs, ekrānuzņēmums un žesti.
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Асистивен центар за контрола на допир, Центар за известувања, слика од екранот и гестови.
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സഹായ ടച്ച് നിയന്ത്രണ കേന്ദ്രം, അറിയിപ്പ് കേന്ദ്രം, സ്ക്രീൻഷോട്ട് & ആംഗ്യങ്ങൾ.
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Туслах Touch Control Center, Мэдэгдлийн төв, дэлгэцийн агшин, дохио зангаа.
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सहाय्यक स्पर्श नियंत्रण केंद्र, सूचना केंद्र, स्क्रीनशॉट आणि जेश्चर.
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Pusat Kawalan Sentuhan Bantuan, Pusat Pemberitahuan, tangkapan skrin & isyarat.
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Assistive Touch Control Center, Notification Center, screenshot & gestures ။
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Assistive Touch Control Center, varslingssenter, skjermbilde og bevegelser.
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सहायक टच नियन्त्रण केन्द्र, अधिसूचना केन्द्र, स्क्रीनशट र इशाराहरु।
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Assistive Touch Control Center, Berichtencentrum, screenshot en gebaren.
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Assistive Touch Control Center, varslingssenter, skjermbilde og bevegelser.
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ਸਹਾਇਕ ਟਚ ਕੰਟਰੋਲ ਕੇਂਦਰ, ਸੂਚਨਾ ਕੇਂਦਰ, ਸਕ੍ਰੀਨਸ਼ਾਟ ਅਤੇ ਇਸ਼ਾਰੇ.
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Wspomagające centrum sterowania dotykowego, centrum powiadomień, zrzut ekranu i gesty.
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Assistive Touch Control Center, Notification Center, screenshot e gestos.
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Assistive Touch Control Center, Notification Center, screenshot e gestos.
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Assistive Touch Control Center, Notification Center, screenshot e gestos.
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Centrul de control tactil asistent, Centrul de notificări, captura de ecran și gesturi.
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Вспомогательный сенсорный центр управления, центр уведомлений, снимки экрана и жесты.
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සහායක ස්පර්ශ පාලන මධ්‍යස්ථානය, දැනුම්දීම් මධ්‍යස්ථානය, තිර රුව සහ අභිනයන්.
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Asistenčné centrum ovládania dotykom, centrum upozornení, snímky obrazovky a gestá.
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Pomožni nadzorni center na dotik, center za obvestila, posnetki zaslona in kretnje.
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Qendra Ndihmëse e Kontrollit të Prekjes, Qendra e Njoftimeve, pamja e ekranit dhe gjestet.
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Помоћни контролни центар додиром, центар за обавештења, снимци екрана и покрети.
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Assistive Touch Control Center, Notification Center, skärmdump och gester.
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Kituo cha Kudhibiti Kugusa, Kituo cha Arifa, picha ya skrini na ishara.
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உதவி தொடு கட்டுப்பாட்டு மையம், அறிவிப்பு மையம், ஸ்கிரீன் ஷாட் மற்றும் சைகைகள்.
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సహాయక స్పర్శ నియంత్రణ కేంద్రం, నోటిఫికేషన్ కేంద్రం, స్క్రీన్ షాట్ & సంజ్ఞలు.
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ศูนย์ควบคุมระบบสัมผัส Assistive, ศูนย์การแจ้งเตือน, ภาพหน้าจอ & ท่าทาง
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Yardımcı Dokunmatik Kontrol Merkezi, Bildirim Merkezi, ekran görüntüsü ve hareketler.
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Допоміжний центр керування дотиком, Центр сповіщень, знімки екрана та жести.
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معاون ٹچ کنٹرول سینٹر ، نوٹیفکیشن سینٹر ، اسکرین شاٹ اور اشارے۔
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Trung tâm điều khiển cảm ứng hỗ trợ, Trung tâm thông báo, ảnh chụp màn hình và cử chỉ.
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辅助触控中心、通知中心、屏幕截图和手势。
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辅助触控中心、通知中心、屏幕截图和手势。
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輔助觸控中心、通知中心、屏幕截圖和手勢。
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輔助觸控中心、通知中心、屏幕截圖和手勢。
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輔助觸控中心、通知中心、屏幕截圖和手勢。
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輔助觸控中心、通知中心、屏幕截圖和手勢。
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Isikhungo Sokulawula Esisizayo, Isikhungo Sezaziso, isithombe-skrini nokuthinta komzimba.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.
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Assistive technology (AT) is a term for assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities or the elderly population. ADLs are self-care activities that include toileting, mobility (ambulation), eating, bathing, dressing, grooming, and personal device care. Assistive technology can ameliorate the effects of disabilities that limit the ability to perform ADLs. Assistive Touch is a convenient tool for controlling various parameters on your Android smartphone using gestural shortcuts. So with just a small circular icon on your smartphone's screen, you can manage all kinds of processes in a really simple way. From the Assistive Touch interface, you can adjust various parameters to modify processes on your smartphone. For example, you can set up shortcuts to access various adjustments when you slide your finger in a certain direction on the circle. Use AssistiveTouch on your Android device. You can use AssistiveTouch to adjust volume, lock your screen, use multi-finger gestures, restart your device, or replace pressing buttons with just a tap. When you turn on AssistiveTouch, you'll see a button appear onscreen. You can drag it to any edge of the screen, where it will stay until you move it again. By default, tapping the button once will open the AssistiveTouch menu. Tapping once anywhere outside of the menu will close it. AssistiveTouch can also be added to the Accessibility Shortcut for quick access from Control Center, or you can use the Side or Home button. Use AssistiveTouch instead of gestures. Access menus and controls that require onscreen gestures like: - Control Center - Notification Center - Spotlight - Home - App Switcher - Speak Screen Use AssistiveTouch instead of pressing buttons. The menu gives you access to functions that would otherwise be controlled by pressing physical buttons or moving the device. Here's some of what you can do: - Activate the Accessibility Shortcut - Lock the screen - Adjust the volume - Google Assistant - Restart the device - Capture a screenshot - Simulate shaking the device ‘AssistiveTouch’ also allows you to perform tasks that would normally require you to press one of the device’s physical buttons such as going back to the ‘Home’ screen, activating ‘G Assistance’, adjusting the volume or opening the multitasking window.

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IPhone Assistive Touch rating on Google Play is 3.33. According to IPhone Assistive Touch reviews app has 730 votes. On Asolytics you can read reviews of users and sort on:

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Latest update was on 13 January 2022.

Who created IPhone Assistive Touch?

The developer name is Awakens Apps. Age of application is 9 months 22 days.

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