Our goal is to demonstrate, provide a guide, showcase and whatever you want to call it, but show to sighted, blind etc what amazing, innovative apps are on iOS and how they are being used. All of this are being demonstrated by way of AppleVis, which have text descriptions, but let’s make it come alive with audio!
Calendar: adding, different views, deleting and navigating.
Echofon: settings, different views, compose, reply, retweet, conversation view.
TweetList: settings, different views, compose, reply, retweet, conversation view.
Navigon: settings, different modes, inputting address or POI, favorite/landmark and exhaustive look.
Voxie Recorder: explore all options
Download Manager: download, playback and other features
Filer: download, playback and other features
OoTunes, slacker radio and Pandora: finding stream, different categories, favorites and other features.
AroundMe: Searching for POIs based on name/category, phone number, address, show route in Navigon
Creating a podcast all from iPhone-from recording, demoing, editing and emailing http://twaud.io/vRp
Digit-eyes description, technique and demo http://twaud.io/tf2
oMoby: description, technique and demo http://twaud.io/tDY
description, technique and demo of Noogle Noggles http://twaud.io/tdQ had 1.5x more listens than Digit-Eyes http://twaud.io/tf2.
description, technique and demo of Noogle Noggles http://twaud.io/tdQ
For complete set, please see http://BlindAccessJournal.com
Please contact me, Kevin Chao if interested in helping create audio demos for the best and most accessible iOS platform! This serves as a way of demonstrating and teaching unique, powerful and amazing iOS apps
On Twitter or Gmail.