In this demonstration, Justin walks us through the clock application on the Apple Watch. We learn how to change the clock face, customize faces and how to change settings for the Apple Watch clock on the iPhone.
In this demonstration, Justin goes over how to use glances on the Apple Watch. He shows how to get to the glances section, to go to the next or previous glance, how to delete and reorder glances in the settings on the iPhone and how to add new glances through the iPhone settings.
In this podcast, Justin proceeds to do a general overview of the Apple Watch including design, VoiceOver jesters that are new to it, and some of his favourite features. The Apple Watch was released to the public on April 24 and is available for order on Apple’s online store, along with accessories and more. It includes the popular VoiceOver screen reader that is found on all of Apple’s newer devices, as well as accessibility features for people with hearing impairments and low vision.
Emoji characters have taken off across the world in the last 5 years as an affective way of communicating through images. There are those who will tell their messages in pure Emoji fashion. With over 200 characters to choose from, what’s not to love?
In this podcast, Cory Martin gives an overview of the Expedia app for iOS. He demonstrates how to locate flights, search for hotels and filter based on various preferences.
In this episode, James Oates demonstrates the iOS app “Say Play”. This application allows you to dictate a song or video title, and then the app will find and play it.
Dr. Howard Kaplan, the developer of the iOS app, Spotlight Text, sits down with the team at Cool Blind Tech to discuss his amazing eBook reading app for people with low vision problems.
In this episode, James Oates talks about Amazon Prime Music, which is one of several benefits provided to Amazon Prime members. In addition to free two day shipping, streaming instant video, and the Kindle lending library, Amazon Prime members can also stream free music. James demonstrates this benefit on an iPhone 5, using the Amazon Music app provided in the app store.
Here at Cool Blind Tech, we attempt our best to cover technology from not only every platform possible, but also every angle and perspective. In the coming weeks, we will be exploring an in-depth look at a segment of the tech world known by many, but only understood by a few. From podcast demos to future articles, this is just the beginning. Join us as we take an in-depth journey into the depths of operating systems in a way that even beginners will be able to understand.
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