Google Home Hub Accessibility Settings
You can customize your Google Home Hub using accessibility settings.
Change accessibility settings
– Make sure your phone or tablet is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your Google Home Hub.
– Open the Google Home app.
– Tap on your Google Home Hub’s iconSettings.
– Choose which settings you want to turn on or off.
Learn what accessibility settings do
– Play start sound: You’ll hear a sound when Google Home Hub hears “Ok Google” or “Hey Google.”
– Play end sound: You’ll hear a sound when Google Home Hub is done listening to your request.
– Screen reader: Google Home Hub will provide speech feedback when you tap the screen.
Google Home Hub screen reader gestures
When you turn enable screen reader, you can use gestures to navigate the screen and understand what’s on it.
Explore items on the screen: Move one finger along the screen. The item under your finger will be highlighted and read aloud.
Open a selected item: Double tap with one finger.
Select the next item and read it: Swipe from left to right with one finger.
Select the previous item and read it: Swipe right to left with one finger.
Open quick settings: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen with one finger.
Find media controls: Tap the screen with two fingers.
Return to Home screen: From the left half of the screen, swipe left with one finger, or say “Ok Google, go to home.”
Return to ambient screen: To see the screen saver, From the left edge of the screen, swipe right with one finger.
Silence screen reader speech: Touch the screen with one finger.
Silence Google Assistant speech: Touch the screen with one finger.
– Color inversion: Invert the colors shown on the screen.
– Magnify screen: Triple tap the screen to magnify what you see.
– Closed captioning: Enable or disable closed captioning for your video content.
Note: Google Home Hub is currently available in the US, United Kingdom, and Australia.