This website offers information about Google accessibility features for Google users who have low vision and/or deafness/ hearing impairments.
This resource is divided into the two disability areas. Platforms include Android Phones and Chrome Browser with specific information about accessible apps or programs including GMail, Google Maps, Google eBooks, SMS, and more.
Each accessiblity feature or Android app has written information and some provide YouTube videos which explain the options. All offer step-by-step descriptions of how to obtain and use accessibility features. For example, both Gmail and Google Calendar can be used with a screen reader. Google Calendar can also be synced with Outlook. This resource gives specific instructions on how to make this work.
For people who have hearing impairments, free SMS apps can translate English into text. Gmail has a voice and video chat option. Sign language users can video chat online, or use Google Voice which converts voicemail to text. Google is also dedicated to captioning YouTube videos and explains how to customize a YouTube account to show captions by default.
This is a well thought-out resource with easy to follow steps to make Google accessible to people with disabilities.