How to make your blind social media network work on Android

Google, Facebook, Twitter and other big players in the social networking business are working on new versions of their social media platforms that offer blind and low-vision users the ability to connect and communicate with each other.

The apps are designed to make it easier for people with disabilities to share their photos, videos and content.

But what about people who are blind and hard of hearing?

How can they use these new features?

Here’s what you need to know.

What are blind social networks?

A blind social networking app is one that’s designed to give people with low vision, blindness and other disabilities the ability a visual link to their friends and followers on Facebook or Twitter.

But this app could also be used to connect with other people with different disabilities.

Facebook, for example, recently added an option for blind users to make a link to other users who have low vision or speech impairment.

The option can be found in the “More” menu at the top of the app.

The app also lets users see who is seeing who on Facebook, and then make a new post for each person in your group.

You can also create a group “secret” so only your friends and family can see the posts you make.

Facebook and Twitter are both working on similar apps, but there are differences.

Twitter recently launched a new blind social messaging app called Voice to text.

Facebook recently launched the first blind and deaf-blind versions of its “Insight” app, which can be used by people who have vision or hearing impairment.

Both companies have added a “share with friends” option for the blind.

Both apps let you share photos and video with other users.

But Facebook says the app is intended to be used with both hearing and sight users.

Twitter says it is intended for the deaf.

Both apps also let users see how many people are seeing who.

You’ll see how long a photo has been shared and who has seen it.

You might also be able to find out the location of the person sharing it, which is typically the person you’re talking to.

Insight and Voice will have to be enabled for the app to work.

For blind users, however, it will automatically connect to the person they’re talking with.

Voice is only available on iOS.

The app is currently only available for Android.