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Tag Archives: smart phone app
By Tai Blas Contributing Writer Recently, the Bureau of Printing and Engraving released the EyeNote iPhone application. This app is designed to identify currency for blind users. This is a free application. I decided to test the app to see … Continue reading
By Curtis Chong Contributing Writer In the summer of 2009, almost two years ago, Apple announced that its iPhone (a smart phone operated primarily through a touch screen) would be equipped with the VoiceOver program, software designed to allow the … Continue reading
By Curtis Chong Contributing Writer On March 2, Code Factory, a well-known provider of software to make mobile phones for blind mobile phone users nonvisually accessible, announced Mobile Accessibility, a program that offers nonvisual access to mobile phones running the Android operating … Continue reading
By Tai Blas Contributing Writer Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic (RFB&D), a nonprofit organization, has been providing literature and textbooks on compact disk and digital audio formats to blind and learning disabled students for quite a few years now. … Continue reading
By Tai Blas Contributing Writer As one of a growing number of very satisfied blind iPhone users, I recently discovered a fantastic bar code reader and audio labeling system called Digit-Eyes. Costing only $29.99, this system is significantly less expensive … Continue reading