Therapy Box releases an app for hands-free use of Android devices

Therapy Box today announces the release of MouseTrack for Android, an essential tool for people hands-free use of Android tablets.

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London (PRWEB UK) 19 April 2014

Therapy Box today announces the release of MouseTrack for Android, an essential tool for people hands-free use of Android tablets.

The pioneering app development company Therapy Box has created an innovative widget which allows people with severe physical disabilities to be able to use apps and websites on their Android tablet. The revolutionary widget is used with a range of alternative access devices available on the market including head mouse systems and specialist mouse controls.

The inclusion of a dwell click function means that the person using the feature can just hover over the necessary cell or button on the screen, eliminating the need to click or tap – functions which may be impossible for someone with significant physical disabilities.

Designed for people with limited physical movement, including those with motor neurone disease and spinal injuries; MouseTrack aims to provide access to popular and everyday features on the Android tablet including email, apps, web browsing and music players.

“MouseTrack is a user friendly tool which will discretely sit on your Android tablet, but will have a big impact,” explains Therapy Box CEO Swapnil Gadgil, “by introducing the dwell click option, it means that accessing your Android tablet is a real option for people with significant disabilities.”

MouseTrack features:

  •     Compatible with Android tablets
  •     Integrated dwell click for quick and easy access
  •     Zoomable menu icons to aid selection
  •     Adjustable selection speed
  •     Compatible with a range of alternative access devices including TrackerPro, Jouse II, IntegraMouse

Available on Google Play for £59.00 $99.11 excl. tax


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