Mobile math accessibility stays at home for now
Android is Google's mobile operating system designed to run on smart phones. Google announced that Android 1.6 adds accessibility features designed to make Android apps more widely usable by blind and low-vision users. It includes a screen reader and text-to-speech engine. The announcement was made by T.V. Raman, a Research Scientist at Google. His PhD thesis pioneered work on math accessibility, so there is hope that a future version of Android will support accessible math. But for now, you'll need to stick to using MathPlayer or one of the DAISY-based solutions on your computer.