What are your “must have” iOS apps?

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Hello, could you share your must install app on your idevices ?

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Submitted by Holger Fiallo on Wednesday, July 8, 2015

blindsquare, youtube, find my iPhone, bard mobile, for news AP mobile, dropbox. Games, hangman. Money Reader, Lookout (similar to find my iPhone).

Submitted by KE7ZUM on Wednesday, July 8, 2015

For me it's around me, blind square, swarm, group text, facebook, bard mobile, waze, maps, transit, ES{N, weather, weather radio, good reads, ham Morris, workflow, file browser.

Submitted by charles on Wednesday, July 8, 2015

As you asked for a "must have app", singular not plural, I would say Weather Radio.

Submitted by kingdekka on Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Cipher sender, zello, youtube, urban dictionary, google translate, and Shazam. And as far as games go, grand theft auto San Andreas, trivia crack, adventure to fate battle arena, a dark room, and the ensign.

Submitted by kingdekka on Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Cipher sender, zello, youtube, urban dictionary, google translate, and Shazam. And as far as games go, grand theft auto San Andreas, trivia crack, adventure to fate battle arena, a dark room, and the ensign.

Submitted by Blake Oliver on Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Hmm.
Voicedream reader, iBooks, BARD Mobile, soundcloud, dropbox, Open VPN, Money Reader, Tap Tap See, VLC, Workflow, IPGMail...
And a few other jailbreak only ones like activator, haptic pro, Echo, OpenSSH, Biolockdown...
That's all I can think of for now :)

Submitted by Holger Fiallo on Wednesday, July 8, 2015

In reply to by kingdekka

grand theft auto San Andreas, is that accessible? How much?

Submitted by Ken Downey on Wednesday, July 8, 2015

I bought Vice City and it's not as playable on the phone as it is on the pc, so I'm wondering how you're playing San Andreas. Please fill us in!

Submitted by splyt on Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Now the admins could make a nice Must Have Apps in each one profile here so you can get someone you think is cool or who you personally think is a reference on VO and IOS usage and check their recomendations by clicking in their profiles.
This would be a great feature to allow novices or intermediate so to say users here to get info on what the super famous and head folks from AppleVis or just one or another / other guys they happen to like recomend at the moment.

Submitted by Toonhead on Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Bard mobile, Audible, Voice Dream Reader, Tunein Radio Pro, Oo Tunes, Weather Radio, Dice World, Radium, Swarm, Uber, Whats app messenger, Downcast, Youtube, and Google Search.

Submitted by PG_PB on Thursday, July 9, 2015

Audio Speed The Inquisitor audio game adventure Karateka Nebula game and the Choice of games.
As you see I'm a huge gaming fan so let me know if there are new accessible games. I'm totally blind and I love to hear about accessible games.
Feel free to post your comments below!
Thanks

splyt, unless I am misunderstanding you, what you describe is already in place.

When logged in, people can flag the apps that they recommend by using the link available on the app’s page in our App Directories.

A list of each person’s recommendations can be found on their profile page.

Submitted by Roxann Pollard on Thursday, July 9, 2015

Many of the above mentioned apps also reside on my iPhone, but there is one not mentioned. If you are a runner or walker, if you love music, if you use music for a myriad of things such as cleaning house, taking a drive, etc., then I highly recommend RockMyRun. this is both a free and paid subscription service. The free version of the app will allow you access to any mix that is 45 minutes or less. Anything longer than that requires a monthly or annual subscription. They have live DJ's who put together playlists and are designed by genre, BPM, etc. I have found music for many things that goes far beyond my workouts themselves. Absolutely love this app.

Submitted by sockhopsinger on Thursday, July 9, 2015

Voice Dream Reader, MBraille, Audio Defence Zombie Arena, and LiveTunes Concert Simulator.

Submitted by jcwissel on Friday, July 10, 2015

In reply to by Holger Fiallo

Blind square, Inote, Read to go, Tap Tap See, Bard mobile, Scanner Radio Pro, NFB newsline, I heart radio. I also utilize the dictate function.

Submitted by Tarbaby on Friday, July 10, 2015

5-0 Radio, trivia crack, blind square, TV go, newsify, YouTube,, downcast, any list, iNote.

Submitted by Ken Downey on Friday, July 10, 2015

MBraille, Youplayer, Bard Mobile, Learning Ally, Atomic Web, and just about every audio game that runs on iOS.

Submitted by eclectica on Friday, July 10, 2015

Here’s my top-10 list of must-have-apps. I’ve not included any of the standard built-in apps.
1. Downcast
2. Audible
3. BARD Mobile
4. Transit Times Plus
5. MoneyReader
6. Voice Dream Reader
7. KNFB Reader
8. Spotify
9. TweetList 4
10. Facebook

Submitted by kingdekka on Saturday, July 11, 2015

I forgot xbox 1 smart glass. I know i know. But it's actually vary accessible.

Submitted by Feliciano Godoy on Saturday, July 11, 2015

Twitterrific- Twitter
Voice dream reader- text to speech
DownCast- podcasts
Dark sky- weather
TextGrabber plus translator- OCR documents and translate on the fly
Dropbox- cloud storage service
Umano- Artcles read by humans
BlindSquare- look around GPS
Google maps- Walking and transit information
RedLaser- bbar code scanner
Taptapsee-identify OCR pictures
Rev voice recorder- great recorder that syncs to dropbox
SayPlay- dictate songs, presentations Etc and the app will playback with audio/video
Uber- private taxi service
Lyft- private taxi service
Food .com- recipes and sales
Fantasticao- remindersevents and calendar
Yelp- find business and restaurant reviews

This list should get you going.
Regards,Feliciano For tech tips and updates, LIKE www.facebook.com/theblindman12v Follow www.twitter.com/theblindman12v

Submitted by SSWFTW on Monday, July 13, 2015

Voice dream reader, Google search, Blind Square, Google maps.
Jailbreak tweaks, googiri, nownow, an insane amount of activator events, Haptic pro as mentioned above, and the tweak that lets you press the home button to answer a call

It is a way to manage your friends list on xbox live as well as check game achievements. You can also message, add and remove friends. It also works as a remote, but i hardly use that feature.

Submitted by brandon armstrong on Monday, July 13, 2015

for me, they would be uber, blind square, google maps, voice dream reader, dark sky, imap weather radio, money reader, KNFB reader, and my list keeps growing, but that's just a few of the most must have apps for me for right now.

Submitted by flcomputergeek on Monday, July 13, 2015

KNFB Reader
Dice World
taptapsee
forecast now
NFB Newsline
Tweetlist
notesy
dropvox
dropbox
list recorder
I have several other games that I enjoy, primarily card and dice games.

Submitted by musicmyxstress on Thursday, July 23, 2015

So, first you must understand that I am a serious app adict. I download things, if they're free, just to see if they're accessible. Second I'm a music addict. That said, if I was stranded in an internetless place with most of my phone wiped, I'd be fine if I just had Bard Mobile, Read2go, uber, Aurifi, and Noatikl. I'm always hungry for more generative music stuff, and to learn more about the stuff I already have.

Submitted by Maria Reyes on Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Here are my favorite iOS apps
1 TapTapSee
2 Youtube
3 Zany Touch Free
4 Premium Video Poker
5 Premium Blackjack
6 BARD Mobile
7 Podcasts/Overcast where I listen to AppleVis Podcasts
8 Google Translate