Phones for the blind

Hi, does anyone know of a phone for the blind that would support the Uber app?

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That might be the iPhone.
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You can try Ray App in your smartphone.
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Apples voice over


my previous boss was visually impaired and he used to use his iphones voice over feature, which is a screen reader and is compatible with apps. Once he got used to it... he started using it religiously ( it definitely made his life easier)

check out the link below for some more info:

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Don't forget....

....that modern Android phones also have a similar feature with the Google application.

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