You can customize your Google Nest display using accessibility settings.
Change accessibility settings
- Make sure your phone or tablet is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your Nest display.
- Open the Google Home app .
- Tap your Nest display device.
- Scroll down to "Device settings," then tap Accessibility.
- Choose which settings you want to turn on or turn off .
Use the screen reader on your Nest display
When you turn on the 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.
Learn what accessibility settings do
- Play start sound: You'll hear a sound when your Nest display hears "Ok Google" or "Hey Google."
- Play end sound: You'll hear a sound when your Nest display is done listening to your request.
- Screen reader: Your Nest display will provide speech feedback when you tap the screen.
- 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.