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This page is specifically for learning how to use Voice Over on the iPhone and iPad. It will cover the basics on using the voice over program, and also will teach ways to use various apps while using voice over.

 

First, to make sure people know what is meant vy Voice Over on the iPhone or iPad, let me give a brief overview. Voice Over is an accessibility program calling a screen reader which is made by Apple and installed on all iPhones and iPads. When engaged, the screen reader is programed to read the information on the screen of a device in a way that is useable. By that I mean not just read each word from start to end of the screen, but read things in a way that someone who can see would read the words. For example, when an email program is up on the screen, the screen reader program would read only the information that was on the screen about the one email which has been highlighted or selected by the user. Then the screen reader would read the body of the message and not all the header information unless the user asked for it to be read. It would also be able to allow the user to hear a word or name spelled out letter by letter if requested. It would allow the user to control the amount of information they would get from the screen, at a speed of their choice, and at a volume of choice. In most robust screen readers such as Voice Over, the user has a choice of various synthetic voices to choose from as some are easier to hear for each individual. I myself, use a female sounding voice on my laptop computer but yet use a male voice on the iPhone. I do that because, at present, the Siri Male voice on the iPhone has more inflection than any other of the voice options.

 

That is the extent of what I will explain in this part of this page. If you would like additional information about screen readers, see the link in the list below which will be titled “An Overview of Screen Readers.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now, here are the links for the users of Voice Over.

 

 

Beginning Voice Over Gestures by Hadley Institute

 A full list of Voice Over Gestures by Apple Vis Website

 Advanced Voice Over Gestures by Hadley Institute

 Using the Rotor to Control features of Voice Over

 Adding Elements to the Roader by Hadley Institute

 Typing on iPhone and iPad by Hadley Institute

 Exploring the Notes app on iPhone by Hadley Institute

 Adding a New Contact on the iPhone by Hadley Institute

 Creating Calendar Event on iPhone by Hadley Institute

Searching in Settings on iPhone by Hadley Institute

 Recording a Voice Memo on the iPhone by Hadley Institute

Timer on the iPhone by Hadley Institute

Stop Watch on the iPhone by Hadley Institute 

Searching the Internet with Safari on iPhone or iPad by Hadley Institute

Setting Bookmarks in Safari by Hadley Institute

Safari Reader on iPhone and iPad by Hadley Institute

Sending Audio Message on iPhone by Hadley Institute

Setting Accessibility Shortcuts on iPhone by Hadley Institute

3D Touch on the Desktop by Hadley Institute

Using the App Store: Searching and downloading while using Voice Over

Seeing AI App Tutorial for reading Short Text, Documents, Bar Codes, Face Recognition, Scene Identification, Money Identification, Color Identification, and Light Detection.

BARD User Guide, the full version, on NLS Website by clicking or entering on this link you will be right at the beginning of the guide.

Using BARD with voice over by Hadley Institute

Exploring the Music Library on iPhone by Hadley Institute

Creating a Music Playlist by Hadley Institute

Garage Band for People who are blind by use of voice over.

Voice stream Reader app with Voice Over by Hadley Institute

Using Face book with Voice Over

iBook’s: Reading and Using their features by Hadley Institute

Downloading a Hadley Institute for the Blind Course onto the BARD app

Handwriting on the iPhone by Hadley Institute

Video Games for the Blind or Visually Impaired

 

For the IPAD Alone

 

Using email with voice over on iPad