Who still uses Sero to listen to blindness radio stations?

iOS & iPadOS

who stil uses sero to listen to blindness radio stations does any one know if there wil be a new update to it



Submitted by Ekaj on Sunday, January 12, 2020

I used to but not anymore. I was at one time a user of Serotek products under Windows, but found a lot of errors and omissions that just didn't seem to get the attention they deserved. Then shortly after acquiring my iPhone I grabbed myself a copy of their app, but it too just seemed to contain several outdated links and other errors so I removed it from my phone. I cannot verify this, but I think the firing of some company employees may have a lot to do with this.

Submitted by Aaron on Sunday, January 12, 2020

I still use Sero, but mostly for access to the DocuScan feature and the audio description library. I haven't ever really used any of the other items in the app. I spent a bit of time poking around it when I first got it but it seemed like the rest of the app was basically just a collection of links to various resources on the web. It's probably not even worth the $5/mo anymore as I think about it, as free OCR services are more and more abundant and as various streaming services (Hulu and CBS in particular for me) have started rolling out support for audio descriptions.