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Apple today has launched a new page on the App Store dedicated to showcasing apps that take advantage of the Accessibility features on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple says that the section is meant to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Accessibility featured page on the App Store is further broken down into sections for Vision, Hearing, Speech, Learning and Literacy, and Physical and Motor Skill.

Apple last month promoted a section of apps that took advantage of VoiceOver and later showcased LBGT content in another section to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall riots. Apps included in this week’s Accessibility featured page include TapTapSee, Dragon Dictation, OneVoice, LetterReflex, Dexter, and a variety of others.

Regarding its Accessibility selection of Apps, Apple says the following:

We’re proud to have an App Store full of tools that improve lives. Using the Accessibility features on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, these apps help with everything from routine tasks to communication and language skills.

To view Apple’s selection of apps that take advantage of Accessibility features, head to the App Store now.

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