Join Jessica as she demonstrates Lost Cities, a fun and exciting game for iOS using VoiceOver.
Spend a day with a member of the CBT Team as we review our first GPS app from APH. Hugo takes Nearby Explorer to work, a coffee shop, a restaurant and then back home for a walk around his neighborhood.
We’re always excited to see good quality audio games, particularly ones with high bars in sound and game play hit the market. One fault many games suffer from is replay-ability – can I still do cool post-game action and have things feel more random in the story after I’m done? Or have I just wasted $39 of my money for a week’s worth of distractions, anticipation, and nervous fits over not being able to complete my game?
In this episode, James Oates reviews the new Amazon Echo Dot (2nd Generation). He describes the configuration, and tells the lay-out of the physical buttons, and what they do. If you need help setting up your new Echo device, listen to this podcast from Leonid Prazdnik of Cool Blind Tech. James then talks about Amazon’s new unlimited music subscription which rivals the other major music subscription services already available. He demonstrates how well the Echo works with Amazon’s music subscription.
Do you enjoy board games? Would you like to play them with your sighted friends? How about board games and online socialization? Welcome to Quentin C’s Playroom, a platform that can be accessed via The Web for iOS, Android and Mac or via a downloadable program For PC. With over 26 games to choose from, an online social chat interface and a graphical interface, this client is perfect for just about everyone.
In this episode, James Oates demonstrates the new voices in iOS10. You definitely want to listen to this because Apple has brought some of the best voices out there to help voice-over users. Sighted users want high resolution displays, and visually impaired users want high quality voices.
Do you ever wish shopping for the perfect Braille Display could be as simple as walking into a store and comparing tablets? Jessica shows you how it can be by comparing three similar types of Braille devices, the Braille Sense U2 Mini, the Perkins Mini Seika and the APH Refreshabraille 18. If you enjoy this podcast and would like to hear more content similar to this, please feel free to leave comments below.
In this article, I will attempt to review and rank three of the most popular current screen readers that are available at this time. The three screen readers were tested on the most recent version of Windows 10 anniversary update. This is important because one of the screen readers is Microsoft’s most recently updated Narrator. Although ranking the screen readers might prove to be quite controversial, I think it can also open up a real discussion on which screen readers are most accessible, and even the question of accessibility can sometimes be up for debate. I do realize that accessibility is determined by personal needs and preferences, so I will attempt to define the criteria I used for accessibility in this review.
Last year, I published an article detailing the ways in which Windows 10 has come to light and how it substantially changed the goals of Microsoft. Windows 10 was the seed which ushered in a new era, one where customer feedback is more listened to and there’s greater transparency between the teams behind Windows and the rest of the world.
The Amazon Echo is amazon’s Wi-Fi voice controlled speaker. Using just your voice, you can ask the Echo to do a number of things such as play your music library, check the weather, give you news updates, and much more! Additionally, third-party skills allow the Echo to expand its capabilities. In this podcast, Leo covers setting up the echo for the first time, as well as some of the things you can do with the echo, as well as its accompanying Alexa app.
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