For our second show, Greg Lopez, Leo Prazdnik, Tomi Geczy and Cory Martin meet to discuss the latest happenings in the
By this point, Android users are quite accustomed to the version number of their beloved screen reader jumping from minor to major numbers without much consolation. For example, our jump from 3.5.x to 4.0 only introduced lollipop specific device compatibility, nothing too tangible for the average user.
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, Raymond gives a brief demonstration of Comcast’s Voice guidance service and explains a little about how it works and the reasons why. Also, he points out the fact that Comcast is not charging for the accessibility.
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.
In this episode Quentin gives a demonstration of the currant version of Microsoft’s Windows 10. He looks at the differences in TTS and other features in Windows 10 as compared to previous versions of Windows.
In this podcast Leonid demonstrates a simple way to flash a stock Android rom on to a Google Nexus device.