One of Apple’s major talking points in the new iOS 10 is the revamped messages app, and in this podcast, Justin goes over the new features including digital touch, individual read receipts and more.
In Braille Screen Input for iOS 10, Voiceover users now have the ability to reverse the dot positioning of the fingers when typing, making it similar to apps from third parties that have had this as a feature previously. Additionally, typing in contracted braille now follows keyboard echo.In this podcast, Justin takes us through the steps of how to use the reverse dot feature, as well as a little bug to watch out for.
In this podcast, James Oates shows us how to use the Groove Music app. Groove Music is a built in application that comes with Windows10. He provides us with all of the key strokes that are available for Groove Music. He shows us how to search for music and create a playlist. He demonstrates the new feature that allows us to edit a song’s metadata. He shows us how easy it is to control Groove Music by using voice commands with Microsoft’s digital assistant, Cortana. Finally, he shows us how to stream music to a mobile device without having to purchase a Groove Music Pass. It has taken awhile, but Microsoft finally has a legitimate rival to Apple’s iTunes application.
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In this episode of the Audacity for Windows series, we go through some every-day edit commands. Sprinkled with humor and sarcasm, Alex brings you to the wonderful world of checking general loudness of audio selections and exporting some uncompressed glory.
In light of the recent Pokémon GO craze, Justin explains what Dexter is, how to view info about any Pokémon, comparing Pokémon Stats, building a team and a few other tips. Not mentioned in the podcast but equally as important is The petition to Make Pokémon GO accessible. Even though the game is not, it is still possible to battle competitively, which is where Dexter comes in handy.
This supplemental series is for those who have the Superior Drummer plugin from Toontrack. We already assume you have the plug installed, and move into navigating the interface, which is actually quite usable for simple things with NVDA.
In this podcast, James Oates tells you everything you need to know about the latest update to Windows 10. He explains the Task Viewer, virtual desktops, the new Start Menu, Cortana’s enhanced performance, Microsoft Edge, extensions for Microsoft Edge, the all new and powerful Narrator, Windows Ink Workspace, the new Settings app, projecting to your computer from other devices, the new Feedback app, the find your Windows Phone feature, how to lock your screen, and the new short cut for accessing your calendar. He also shows you how to setup the new Windows Subsystem for Linux.
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The developers of Blindfold Games and RS Games have come together to bring us the RS Games client on mobile devices. RS Games has been available on Windows and Mac OS for five years. Now you can play with your friends and family or against a computer bot anytime, anywhere. James Oates walks us through the app and tells us which games are available, and how much they cost. He reviews the settings for the app and he goes over how to use the app; and he quickly demonstrates how to play Monopoly, his favorite board game ever! Download the app, and start having fun right now!