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Advanced Task Killer

Productivity
free
Accessibility: 5 out of 5
*Uninstall and reinstall can fix most issue* *Go to menu and send bug report to us if you have any issues* Advanced Task Killer is also known as ATK.

FOX News

News & Magazines
free
Accessibility: 3 out of 5
Get the day’s top news stories from FOX News – Fair & Balanced®!

Introducing the first and only news application for Android from the #1 name in news, the FOX News Channel.

UpSoundDown

Tools
free
Accessibility: 4.5 out of 5
Speakerphone tool! Select one of 3 modes to turn on the speakerphone: 1.

ShakeCall

Tools
free
Accessibility: 5 out of 5
Can easily take the call!
ShakeCall!

※If you update 1.

Zello PTT Walkie Talkie

Social
free
Accessibility: 4 out of 5
Turn your phone or tablet into a walkie talkie with this lightning fast free PTT (Push To Talk) radio app, which works between Android, iPhone, BlackBerry, and PC.

Ethereal Dialpad (synthesizer)

Music & Audio
free
Accessibility: 4.5 out of 5
Drag your finger around the screen to create flowing music with this expressive touch synthesizer.

K-LOVE Positive & Encouraging

Entertainment
free
Accessibility: 4 out of 5
Listen to Positive Encouraging K-LOVE. You'll not only hear the best commercial-free line-up of contemporary Christian music, but you'll step into a welcoming community that helps you keep focused on what really matters, every day ********** For any EVO users with the Sprint update.

Chase Mobile

Finance
free
Accessibility: 5 out of 5
Free* Chase Mobile(R) App – Customized for Android(TM) users.

Dropbox

Productivity
free
Accessibility: 5 out of 5
Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring all your photos, docs, and videos anywhere.

AroundMe

Lifestyle
free
Accessibility: 5 out of 5
AroundMe quickly identifies your position and allows you to choose the nearest Bank, Bar, Gas Station, Hospital, Hotel, Movie Theatre, Restaurant, Supermarket, Theatre and Taxi.

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Latest News from Blind Bargains

Unlocked LeEco Le Pro3 64GB Android Phone for $249.99 [Shipped]
Amazon offers the Unlocked LeEco Le Pro3 64GB 4G LTE GSM Android Smartphone in Gold for $249.99 with free shipping. That's a current best by $30, and the lowest price we've seen. This phone purports a battery life of up to two days on a single charge with average use and features a 5.5" 1920x1080 (1080p) touchscreen with Corning Gorilla Glass, Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 2.35GHz quad-core processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, 16-megapixel rear-facing camera, 8-megapixel front camera, 4K video capture, 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.2, fingerprint scanner, and Android 6.0 (Marshmallow).
Posted Tuesday, 06-Jun-2017 2:31 PM ET in Cell Phones     Post a comment

Refurbished Sprout Cubby 7 Inch 16GB Android Tablet for $44.98 [Shipped]
Walmart offers the refurbished Sprout Cubby 7" 16GB Android Tablet for $44.98 with free shipping. That's $15 less than what you would pay for a new unit. This kid-friendly tablet features a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 7" 1024x600 touchscreen, 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, 2-megapixel front and rear webcams, HDMI port, microSD slot, and Android 4.4 OS (KitKat).
Posted Tuesday, 06-Jun-2017 2:19 PM ET in Portable Devices     Post a comment

Unlocked LG G6 64GB Android Smartphone for $499.99 [Shipped]
Never-MSRP via eBay offers the Unlocked LG G6 64GB Dual-SIM 4G LTE GSM Android Smartphone in Black or Silver for $499.99 with free shipping. That's the lowest price we've seen, and the best deal by $49. It features a 5.7" 1440x2880 IPS HDR touchscreen LCD with Corning Gorilla Glass, Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 821 quad-core processor (two cores at 2.35GHz and two cores at 1.6GHz), 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, dual 13-megapixel HDR cameras, 4K 2160p video capture at 30fps, 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.2, USB Type-C, microSD card slot, fingerprint reader, and Android 7.0 (Nougat).
Posted Tuesday, 30-May-2017 4:13 PM ET in Cell Phones     Post a comment

RCA 11.5 Inch 32GB Android Tablet with Keyboard for $79.98 [Shipped]
Walmart offers the RCA Galileo Pro 11.5" 32GB Android Tablet with Keyboard Case in Charcoal for $79.98 with free shipping. That's $100 off, and the lowest price we could find. It features an 11.5" LCD touchscreen, 1.3GHz quad-core processor, 32GB storage, front- and rear-facing cameras, Android 6.0 (Marshmallow), and a detachable keyboard flip case.
Posted Tuesday, 30-May-2017 09:44 AM ET in Portable Devices     Post a comment

Google Demonstrates Android O Accesibility Features Including Accessibility Volume, Language Switching
[Google's IO conference,](https://events.google.com/io/) the place where developers go to learn about what's coming up next in Android, has spilled the beans on some forthcoming TalkBack improvements in Android O.$$$ The Wednesday session highlighted several improvements coming in the next version of Android, which will likely be released this fall. First, a separate Accessibility Volume slider will be available which will allow users to adjust the volume of TalkBack separately from other sounds on the device. Currently, the TalkBack volume follows the media volume, making it sometimes difficult to manage speech when loud videos or music are playing. Accessibility Volume will join other sliders such as media, ringtones, notifications, and alarms. A global shortcut which is currently used by TalkBack will now be available system-wide, even when TalkBack is not enabled. Users can hold down the Volume Up and Volume Down features to turn on TalkBack from anywhere on the device. In contrast with many previous versions, the feature will be on by default, making it theoretically possible to walk up to an Android O device in a store and try out accessibility features, just as one might do with a Windows or Mac computer currently. Swipe gestures will now be supported using the fingerprint censor, allowing for directional swipes to control TalkBack. These will likely be assignable like other gestures. Google's text-to-speech engine will now autospeak in multiple languages when they are present on the screen. For instance, Google's Victor Tsaran demonstrated an Email written inm four languages, and Google switched between them to read the message. Android O also features a redesigned accessibility settings screen, allowing for a more cohesive and straight-forward presentation of available options and services. Most of these features will likely be exclusive to Android O, which is [available today as a beta](https://www.google.com/android/beta) and wil be released later this year. We'll post more information as we receive it. What do you think of these new accessibility changes? Be sure to sound off below.
Posted Wednesday, 17-May-2017 8:38 PM ET in News     1 comment

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