Honor Launches App that Allows Visually Impaired Users Read Text With Their Phone Camera

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Honor introduced its new PocketVision AI-powered app at IFA 2019 to assist individuals read papers, menus and other texts that are difficult to read.

”With the launch of this app, we hope to build an improved reading experience for individuals around the globe, allowing a higher feeling of autonomy and offering individuals with low vision the trust to unlock their potential and follow their There are three modes available so far-Text-to-Speech Mode, Zoom-In Mode and Negative Image Mode,” XDA Developers revealed on Saturday.

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Text-to-Speech Mode enables quicker and more correctly transform photos to text and then easily narrates the text from books, papers, menus, and more.

Using the volume buttons on your phone, Zoom-In Mode enables users to zoom into text. While, Negative Image Mode; offers a variety of text enhancement color filters.

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