Google is bringing a new way to work for people with disabilities.
The search giant is introducing a new smartphone app that will let users see how their colleagues and colleagues’ devices perform in different situations.
The new tool lets users look at their mobile devices performance in different scenarios.
The team behind the project, called Flexible Mobility, has a goal of reducing stress and anxiety around disability.
“We want to enable people to work from home more, while at the same time helping people who are disabled manage their lives,” said one of the team members, who wished to remain anonymous.
The Flexible Mobile app lets people use their mobile phones to see how they are performing in different tasks, like looking at an online spreadsheet or making a call.
It will also be available to employees at work.
“Our team has been working on the product since last year and are now ready to launch,” the Flexible team said in a statement.
“It’s a collaborative effort between Google and the Australian Human Rights Commission to develop the product to make it easier for people to access their rights.”
The team has developed a prototype that includes the ability to record and analyze data, which will help people with various disabilities manage their work.
“Flexible Mobile will be available from June for $29.99 per month.