Amazon Fire Kids edition support.

Accessibility features.

The accessibility features on the Amazon Fire tablet are designed for ease of use for people with hearing, vision or mobility impairments. You can turn on any of these settings from the Accessibility menu. Here’s what each setting is used for:

Vision settings.

VoiceView describes what you’re touching and interacting with on the screen, such as the name of an app.
Screen Magnifier lets you use gestures to magnify and zoom in on areas of the screen.
Font size lets you choose what text size is most comfortable to read across all areas of the device.

Hearing settings.

Subtitles shows text captions for videos in both Amazon Video and the Silk Browser. You can customise the display for subtitles by tapping on Subtitle Preferences in the accessibility menu.

Find out how to:

Turn on Accessibility settings.

Turn off VoiceView.

To turn on Accessibility settings:


  1. Swipe down from the top of the screen and tap Settings.

  2. Tap Accessibility.

  3. Select your accessibility setting.


To turn off VoiceView:


  1. Swipe down from the screen with two fingers, tap Settings and tap the screen twice.

  2. Tap Accessibility and tap the screen twice.

  3. Tap VoiceView Screen Reader, and tap the screen twice.

  4. Tap the switch beside VoiceView, and then tap the screen twice to turn VoiceView off.


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