Wow, Voiceover support for SwiRadio isn’t as smooth as we’d expected.
We need time to roll out an app specifically designed for Voiceover users, SwiRadio Voice (free)
Some sleek features may be missing, but I believe it will make Voiceover fit better.
Here’s a video to get the gist of SwiRadio:
SwiRadio - How it Works:
App store link:
I’m an app developer stumbled upon this website.
After reading through the forum, as a member working in a tech startup specializing in gesture-driven apps, I figured our app would come in handy.
SwiRadio is an iOS radio app with no button to be pressed, which is extraordinarily useful for users with visual impairments.
It lets you swipe in any area to explore music stations effortlessly. Tune in with one finger and get similar stations instantly. SwiRadio aggregates about a thousand music stations into a gesture driven music-only interface.
You can swipe left-right to fine-tune the tempo you want and up-down to search for radio stations of new release, oldies or something in between.
It’s available on iTunes at $1.99 (full price $5.99) until February 3.
Here’s a promo code if anyone wants to try it out.
Promo code: 6TTYANJPMJLE
Any feedback and suggestion are welcome, and since we’re developing one for voiceover, suggestions in regard to voiceover are highly appreciated.
We’re planning to develop music apps for blind iOS users in the near future, and it will be free with ad.
If you have any questions need to talk with developers, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or skype: email@example.com anytime.
Joy Cheng | Developer