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Old 12-06-2012, 06:19 PM   #8
Jessica Lares
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Device: iPad Mini, iPod Touch (5th gen)
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Originally Posted by sirmaru View Post
I found the camera icon on the photo section. However, it's really useless since one, normally, would want to take a photo of something other than oneself. Without a lens facing the other way it has no real use.
A bunch of teenagers would beg to differ.

But yeah, it's good for video chats, using weird picture apps, etc. Otherwise useless.

They keep trying to change the keyboard layout on us! They should just use the standard Android one and be done with it. And maybe do something like the iPad one where you can undock the keyboard and have it a little higher so it's easier to type.

EDIT: Looks like another update is in the works...

http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix....cle&ID=1765284

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SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 6, 2012-- For years features such as text-to-speech and adjustable font sizes have helped vision-impaired Kindle owners enjoy books more easily and those with learning disabilities to improve their reading skills. Today, Amazon announced that it is bringing “Voice Guide” and “Explore by Touch”—two new accessibility features previously available on Kindle Fire HD 8.9”—to its new standard definition Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD 7”. These features help vision-impaired customers to more easily navigate the menus and content on the device, enjoy books and audiobooks, and listen to music. These features have been available with Kindle Fire HD 8.9” since its release and will be made available on the standard definition Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD 7” early next year.

Last edited by Jessica Lares; 12-06-2012 at 07:40 PM.
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