In iOS 12, the Live Listen feature comes to AirPods,. It’s a great feature that can really help those who don’t necessarily need a hearing aid but are having trouble hearing others in a difficult situation. Here’s how to get it working.
Summer fun involves firing up the grill, but Chris Peltz, director of Blind Grillin’, has become a grill master, teaching fellow blind grillers locally and posting YouTube videos for those not in the neighborhood.
Setting up AutoFill in Safari on your iPhone will save you time and ensures the accuracy of the information you enter into logins and forms online, so let’s get started.
The iPhone has been around for about 11 years and has gone through many changes, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy to tell one iPhone from another. There has been 18 different iPhone models that have debuted since 2007.
Amazon has been improving Alexa’s diary-managing skills for a while now, adding support for Outlook and iCloud in 2017. This made it easy to ask Alexa to put a meeting in your calendar on a set time and day. Just say: “Alexa, schedule a meeting for 2pm tomorrow afternoon.”
Making a hands-free phone call through Google Home can be a convenience once you get used to doing it. However, hands-free calling was limited because you couldn’t communicate with automated systems that ask you to speak or press a number to choose a menu option until now. Android Police reports that this limitation has been overcome.
The Big Day has arrived, FlickType is finally live on the App Store. FlickType Keyboard is the Fastest Available Typing Method for Blind and Low-Vision
Alexa and Google Assistant power 92% of smart speakers. In smartphones, Google enjoys an advantage as Google Assistant is pre-installed on Android smartphones as the successor to Google Now and Voice Search. On the majority of Android phones, Alexa is not pre-loaded, which means that users have to download it from the Play Store. It’s worth noting that some smartphones did come with Alexa integration in the past.
Since 2016, Google Assistant has been refined with more features and services, and it has also become available on more Android smartphones but also dedicated hardware like the Google Home and smart displays. It is one of the most used virtual assistants available, though it still falls behind Amazon Alexa in terms of market share. Alexa has a Fandango skill to help you buy movie tickets, and now Google Assistant is catching up by offering Fandango integration as well.
iPhone screens are much larger than they used to be, which means there’s more room to expand the default system font size making it more accessible for people with low vision.