Blogger, Podcast Cohost
Ana, AccessAna, has been using Android since July 2010. Her first phone was a Motorola Droid running Android 2.0. Since then, she has worked with most versions of the operating system. She hosted her first Accessible Android blog from august 2010 to September 2011 to help eyes-free users get the most out of their early Android devices. More recently, she started a new version of the blog to discuss the very different approach to accessibility found in Android today. She is one of the cohosts of That Android Show, a monthly podcast about Android and accessibility produced by the Serotek network, and she has been a guest on other podcasts, including Eyes on Success and Access World, where she has talked about Android accessibility. She has been invited to Google I/O, the yearly developer conference hosted by google, for her work promoting Android as a viable option for people who are blind or low-vision.