Google Accessibility Blog

Updates from the Google Accessibility team

Latest news and updates

  • Become a Google Accessibility Trusted Tester

    The Google Accessibility team is looking for users with disabilities to join a trusted tester pilot. Trusted testers will get the opportunity to test different Google products to provide accessibility feedback and help make our products more accessible. Read more to learn about the program details and instructions on how to sign up.

  • BrailleBack 0.96 Now in Beta

    BrailleBack 0.96 is available to all users in the BrailleBack beta channel. The Google Accessibility team is looking for your feedback on potential improvements. Read more to see how you can sign up to test and provide feedback.

  • Google Accessibility at ACB & NFB Conventions 2017

    Between June 30th and July 15th, the American Council of the Blind and the National Federation of the Blind held their annual national conventions this year in Sparks, Nevada and Orlando, Florida, respectively. Read more to learn about the missions of these organizations, accessibility announcements for Google products, and convention highlights.

  • Accessibility at Google I/O 2017

    This year, Google’s Developer conference took place at Shoreline Amphitheatre May 17th to 19th 2017. The Accessibility team hosted an interactive Sandbox space for showcasing various products and led a number of accessibility talks. Read more to find out what we showcased in our Sandbox, links to our talks and additional resources.