Odin Mobile sells wireless devices and service for the visually impaired, and just started carrying the Nexus 5. For $ 399, subscribers get the handset and a month of usability support over the phone, though you can skip the service and save $ 40. Devices are preloaded with a smattering of accessibility apps set up, which is a nice touch. One of them is Talkback, which is actually baked into Android, and allows users to get audio queues about which apps their finger is hovering over.




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