Accessibility solutions for iTunes on PC
The following iTunes features provide accessibility solutions for people with disabilities:
Window-Eyes and NVDA: While using iTunes and the iTunes Store, you can use Window-Eyes 7.2 (or later) or NVDA 2015.1 (or later), third-party screen readers available from GW Micro and NVAccess. See the Window-Eyes and NVAccess websites.
Captions for movies and podcasts: iTunes can play captioned and subtitled movies. You can purchase or rent movies that include closed captions from the iTunes Store. The iTunes Store also offers many captioned podcasts. See Play movies and other video.
Keyboard shortcuts: You can use the keyboard to perform most tasks in iTunes. For a full list, see iTunes keyboard shortcuts.
Spoken menus: iPod nano and iPod shuffle can speak the names of menus, songs, and artists to help you browse and select songs. See Turn on device accessibility features.
Other on-device solutions: iPhone 3GS (or later) and iPad include accessibility features such as Zoom, Invert Colors, Mono Audio, and Speak Auto-text. Supported iPod models can announce the names of songs, artists, and more. See Turn on device accessibility features.
See the Apple Accessibility website.