Instagram is launching two innovations that will make it easier for users with visual impairments to use Instagram. According to the social network, they have more than 285 million users who have visual impairments and for whom new features will make it easier to use the platform.
First of all, this object recognition feature to generate photo descriptions for screen readers. The system will read the list of items and help create automatic alternative text using screen readers: Feed, Explore, and Profile.
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Second: custom alt text, for more detailed descriptions of publications. People using screen readers will be able to hear this description.
These are just the first steps in creating a more accessible Instagram app.
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