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Accessibility and Assistive Applications

Apple Accessibility Documentation

Apple includes assistive technology in its products as standard features — at no additional cost. On this site, you’ll find additional information about the many accessibility features built into Apple products.

Apple Accessibility Home Page

Accessible iPad User Guide (HTML)

Accessible iPad User Guide (PDF, Tagged)

Accessibility Tip

One of the most helpful, built-in accessibility settings on the iPad is the “triple-click Home button” feature. This allows a user with visual impairment to triple-click the Home button and have a choice of turning on VoiceOver, Zoom, or White on Black.

You can activate this choice by doing the following: Tap Settings > General > Accessibility > Triple-click Home > Ask.

Suggested Assistive Applications


Notetaking with synchronized audio recording
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Text to speech
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Dragon Dictation

Speech recognition
Click here to view


Mind-mapping / Brainstorming
Click here to view


Book reader with text to speech
Click here to view

EverNote Peek

Flashcard generator
Click here to view

Learning Ally

Audio textbooks for students with print disabilities
Click here to view


DAISY book e-reader with text to speech for students with print disabilities
Click here to view

Suggested Assistive Accessories

Braille Displays (wireless)

Click here to view

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