Android devices support a number of accessibility features not listed here. For more information, refer to the Android Accessibility Overview. You can also go check out your accessibility settings by going to your device’s settings screen and tapping Accessibility (or search for it if the menu item does not display).
Android allows you to specify a preferred text size. The app’s support for font sizes means that its user interface will automatically scale fonts according to your settings. To increase or decrease the app’s font size:
Your device settings include an option to invert colors.
Night Mode adjusts your display brightness to improve readability in low light conditions. Night mode also reduces eye strain and extends your battery life:
Set your display’s brightness to enhance readability as needed.
The app supports Talkback, the Android built-in screen reader. If this feature is available on your device:
Your device may provide other screen readers or text-to-speech features. You may have to open your settings app and search for your device’s audio features.
Here’s an example from one device:
The app supports the standard TalkBack gestures as described in Google’s documentation.