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Hable One: Braille Keyboard For The Smartphone

A young black woman sitting on a sofa using her Hable One. In the foreground is a blurred close up of her smartphone on the coffee table

Hable One: Braille Keyboard For The Smartphone

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Editor’s Note

Yes, Blind people use smartphones! While smartphone technology wasn’t built with blind people in mind, thankfully, companies like Hable One come up with barrier-breaking solutions.

The greatest challenges we as blind people face are stereotypes and misconceptions about blindness. Bold Blind Beauty believes the spectrum of blindness like any disability is a natural part of the human experience. We also believe with the appropriate tools and resources we can live extremely productive and abundant lives like anyone else. Brilliant at adaptations, we develop solutions to barriers we face on a daily basis and it’s so empowering to learn of companies like Hable doing the same.

As with our other features, we’ve included the YouTube video, transcript, and a bonus video about Hable. Enjoy! ~Steph

“For people without disabilities, technology makes things easier. For people with disabilities, technology makes things possible.

~IBM Training Manual 1991

Beyond Sight Magazine Cover

A young black woman sitting on a sofa using her Hable One. In the foreground is a blurred close up of her smartphone on the coffee table. Text on the cover reads “Beyond Sight January 2022 | Cane EnAbled | Hable One.”

YouTube Video

What Is Hable One?

What is the Hable One? the Hable One is the easiest braille keyboard for your smartphone lighter than an egg which fits right in your pocket. Typing with the Hable One makes your texting faster and more accurate.

How Do You Use Hable One?

With the Hable One, you can edit text easier and operate your smartphone smoother. Hable One can fully operate voiceover and talkback allowing you to keep your phone in your pocket, providing you with full control over your phone in any situation. With the Hable One, you’re always in control.

Hable One Described

Hable in hand - Closeup photo of the Hable One being held by a hand.
Hable in hand

Hable One has a black matte finish with six round white braille buttons placed in the braille pattern cell. This helps you type braille over your iPhone, iPad, and Android phone or tablet.

The Hable One also has two bigger function buttons to complete typing. The slider is located at the top of the Hable One. You can use this to turn your Hable One on and off.

The USBC port is located at the bottom, you can charge your Hable One from here. The charged Hable One works for two to three weeks, or when it’s available. Update your Hable One software using the USBC port. The USB cable is delivered with your Hable One.

Learning More

To learn more about the Hable One functionalities subscribe to the Hable channel, or check out how the Hable One works playlist to keep learning.

Hable, always in control.

Bonus Video: Hable One Business Story

Connecting With Hable One

Image Descriptions

  • Note: All images and videos are the property of Hable One who kindly permitted Bold Blind Beauty to share with our community.
  • The header, Beyond Sight Magazine, and YouTube thumbnail photos are identical and show a young black woman sitting on a sofa using her Hable One. In the foreground is a blurred close up of her smartphone on the coffee table. Text on the cover reads “Beyond Sight January 2022 | Cane EnAbled | Hable One.”
  • Hable in hand – Closeup photo of the Hable One being held by a hand.

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