Benefits of the eSSENTIAL Accessibility app

The app allows users to access the web hands free and more. Organizations that feature the icon on their websites are committed to providing an inclusive experience for visitors.

BENEFITS

Unable to use a standard keyboard and mouse? No problem. The eSSENTIAL Accessibility app provides free and instant access to a suite of tools that can help. Here’s why you should take the opportunity to download this technology today.

Independence

The app provides keyboard and mouse replacement solutions for hands-free web navigation. Features like face tracking and voice-activated controls will allow you to surf the web at your convenience. You can use the app to access news, shop, book travel, connect to your social networks, do your banking, apply for a job online and work. Be part of the connected world and be empowered.

It’s free

While similar assistive technologies cost thousands of dollars, the full version of eSSENTIAL Accessibility is free to download. The app is brought to you by participating organizations as part of their customer service and employment initiatives.

It works on any site

The app can be used to surf any website. With the intuitive interface, you will be able to select information on a page, zoom, scroll and more. Use it to open documents, read emails, look at pictures or surf the web.

Multiple technologies

When you download the app, you can choose from a variety of tools and functions—such as face tracking or voice command—to discover what works best for you.

Instant access

Once you follow the simple download instructions, you can start using the app today.

What People Are Saying

"We are such an important and necessary resource for consumers that we must make sure weather forecasts and information are available online and readily accessible to those with physical disabilities any time they need."

-The Weather Channel
The Weather Channel

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