Armstrong Adds Voice Guidance Feature to EXP
BUTLER, Pa. — Armstrong has launched the Talking Guide, a voice guidance feature on EXP that will speak the text on your screen. This free new feature will make navigating of on-screen services and functions easier for customers with visual disabilities, the company says.
Talking Guide is available to all EXP customers. It covers functions such as program selection, channels, menus, settings, search and much more.
“We are very excited to be launching another great feature for EXP,” said Armstrong vice president of marketing, Dave Wittmann. “The Talking Guide will make use of our services even easier for customers with visual disabilities.”
This new feature can be easily turned on or off by pressing and holding the “A” button on the EXP remote for at least two seconds. A voice will say “Screen reader on,” or “Screen reader off.” Once it is activated, it will speak the text on your screen allowing for easier menu navigation and programming selection.
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