Cullen demonstrates the latest update to the Victor Reader Stream from HumanWare, adding great features such as Book Share and NFB Newsline.
Hugo fights off his oversized pet as he heroically demonstrates the free app, My Local TV for iOS devices.
Garth goes from tech-man to tool-man in this episode as he demonstrates his handyman skills on how to install blinds. This is one for all those people who ask you how you shave or cook when you are blind. Don’t let us down Garth.
Cullen demonstrates the KeySoft 9.3 Upgrade on his BrailleNote Apex. KeySoft 9.3 applies to all BrailleNote or VoiceNote Apex models regardless of their current version. This upgrade is completely free to all Apex users and requires no new product key for installation. If you have KeySoft 9.2.x installed on your Apex, simply download the 9.3 version and install it.
In this episode Brandt Steenkamp demonstrates the much talked about Tagging feature of OS X Mavericks as well as taking a quick look at the Finder and Tabs.
In this episode, Aaron gives us an overview of the recently released Downcast app for the Mac.
Downcast for iOS has long been a popular choice with VoiceOver users The Mac app not only allows you to download and play podcasts on your Mac, but it will also synchronize with the iOS app.
Downcast is available to download from the Mac App Store. At the time of posting, it’s priced at $9.99, which is supposedly a launch promotion price.
Garth scales over Apple’s garden wall to unbox and configure his first Android device, the
Samsung Galaxy S4.
Sadam returns with an unboxing of the Brailliant BI 40 from HumanWare. He discusses the importance of braille and rounds off the demonstration by showing how easy it is to connect this 40 cell braille display to your Windows or Mac computer.