Walking and Transit Directions Now Available in Apple Maps
I personally would use google maps. it seems to work well. I don't need a voice as where I live counting blocks is very very easy.
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Hi everyone. I have briefly looked over the Maps application on my Mac, and to be honest it doesn't seem bad at all. I'm talking both in terms of accessibility and in terms of functionality. I especially like the fact that it seems to be location-based. Not to dwell on this too much, but I haven't had much if any formal orientation&mobility instruction for several years and I'm quite honestly starting to feel a bit self-conscious about that. I mean, I know it's not my fault, but people have been on me about getting out a lot more and breaking out of my comfort zone. I guess the confusing thing about the Maps app at this point is that there seems to be something about the Pacific Islands, which isn't even halfway near where I live. So I guess what I'm trying to say is that absolutely, I'd welcome with open arms a podcast or some sort of tutorial for newbies.
When using BlindSquare “Plan a Route”, if I choose Apple maps for turn by turn directions I get No spoken directions.
Spoken walking directions work fine if I choose Google maps, or if I use Apple Maps without BlindSquare, so it can’t be my iPhone.
My problem is only when starting Apple Maps from BlindSquare.
Does anyone else have this problem?
Can you tell me how to get product support for BlindSquare?
Thanks for any help, Barry.