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IPad Peek: See What Your Website Looks Like on an iPad

iPad Peek puts an iPad emulator in your browser window so that you can see how your website will read to the iPad visitors, which can help you increase readability across platforms. (To get a true emulation, you need to disable the Flash plug-in for your browser.)

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New Database of Free/Inexpensive Assistive Software

The Adaptech Research Network has posted an online database of assistive technologies that are available at little or no cost. The database can be searched by product name or function (writing, magnification, etc.). A brief description of each product is given.

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Povidi Offers Improved Access to Google Calendar

Google Calendar is a popular way to handle appointments across individuals and groups, but it is not very accessible or compatible with screen readers and magnifiers. Povidi now offers My Accessible Google, a service that takes your calendar information and outputs it in a screen-reader-friendly format.

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New Tool for Finding Accessible Mobile Phones

Access Wireless is an industry-sponsored information resource on accessible wireless phones. It lets you search by disability category and feature, and helps you find phones that have the features you need, from the manufacturer or service provider you prefer.

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