iOS & iPadOS Apps

Post Date: Monday, February 15, 2016

In this guide, I will teach you the basics to getting started with A Blind Legend.
If this is your first time playing, you may be looking for a guide to get you started, on your way, and finish the game. Here are some things you need to know first:
1. Levels start out easy, but then start to get harder. Usually, the harder scenes occur at about Scene 10.

Post Date: Friday, February 10, 2017

Hello again,
I'm back with another a blind legend guide. So lets begin.
The goal of scene 15 is to deflect the archer's poisoned arrows with your blade and fight two monsters.
So lets begin.
Follow Louise till you reach the section where the game plays on auto. Louise will get shot in the leg and then Blake automatically will draw his sword.
In order to block the arrows you will need to swipe in the direction the arrow is coming from. Using your shield will not do anything, unless you would like to sit there with you shield up all day. LOL

Post Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2015

HEADPHONES REQUIRED. :)

Your daughter has took a poisoned arrow from Scene 15. She cannot tell you or lead you to places. You only have a man.

The man leads you to the forest, saying that he can't go with you any further and gives you instructions to follow the song and that it will guide you to a demon's lair. More information about the demon from the man is from Scene 16.

Post Date: Tuesday, December 15, 2015

In this tutorial, I will walk you through getting past Scene 8. For days and even months, I've been struggling to pass by Scene 8 and continue. But the thing I realized, was that you didn't have to keep swiping left multiple times or swiping right multiple times. This would cause me to crash into. obstacles. This guide helps you. "Guide me! Through the trees!" Edward Blake first says. You will get instructions saying to swipe in the direction pointed by your daughter to avoid obstacles. Note: This scene has lots of action so prepare your fingers.

Post Date: Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Intro

Hi! Welcome to my guide on BARD Mobile.

BARD Mobile (Braille Audio Reading Download Mobile), is a service that offers braille books and audiobooks from NLS.

With this app that is fully accessible, you can easily download, listen and read these books.

Talking books and braille books are free.

I will be explaining the elements the app, as best as possible, and as in much detail as possible.

Post Date: Thursday, February 8, 2018

EveryCord is a new screen recorder for iOS 11 that allows you to record your device's screen. You used to have to jailbreak or get some app that allowed access to it, but now that iOS 11 supports screen Recording, it is now in the App Store.

Introduction

The first time you open EveryCord, make sure to read what it says right next to the Recordings button.

Other than the Recordings button, there is a Settings button which is unlabeled.

Post Date: Saturday, February 17, 2018

Intro

Files was originally known as Downloads Lite. It is basically a file manager, with an in-app web browser kind of like Safari.

Uses of this app: • You can save articles or web pages to look at when you don't have a connection.

• Extract ZIP files and view documents such as the famous DOCX format, RTF (Rich Text Format), TXT, PDF, etc.

Quick Notes

This guide is split according to the app's tabs. For example, everything about the browsing tab is just discovered under the Browse tab heading. Same applies to the other tabs.

Post Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Introduction

iMessage apps are a great way to express your emotions, play games, or even send videos or pictures. Some even allow you to send GIF's, Memes and other assortments of stickers.

What are iMessage Apps

iMessage apps are apps that are primarily for iMessage. iMessage apps can come in two forms.

Post Date: Saturday, September 22, 2012

OK here is what I found using the new Youtube app. At first it confused me a lot. The interface really could be a lot better. But one can work with it. If one knows what is going on.

OK. This one is more challenging that the one I wrote for netflix.

When you open the new Youtube app. It brings up a screen. There is a list of videos. And a guide button and a search button at the top of the screen.

To sign in You have to select guide I think. Then sign in and settings is somewhere on the top of the screen.

Post Date: Sunday, June 17, 2018

Introduction

Wifi Cheetah is a tool that allows you to speed up your wifi's connection. This is done by blocking annoying ads, removing unnecessary banners/unnec areas, and channeling it through their servers rather than the main one.

Wifi Cheetah is free to download from the app store. GET

Post Date: Saturday, July 31, 2010
Apple provides a guide to developers describing exactly how to make their applications accessible to blind users by way of VoiceOver. When advocating with app makers, it is strongly recommended that initial communications include a link to this guide. Apple describes this guide as follows: Using iOS 3.0 and later, VoiceOver is available to help users with visual impairments use their iOS–based devices. The UI Accessibility programming interface, introduced in iOS 3.0, helps developers make their applications accessible to VoiceOver users.
Post Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Public libraries are providing more and more of their content in a digital format. For libraries, it saves on space and staff time, and providers are stepping up to deliver video, music, eBooks and audiobooks electronically. Why it works libraries purchase collections from a provider. This gives their patrons the ability to "borrow" content using a computer or mobile device. When the loan period is over, the content is automatically "returned". For example, if you check out an eBook, it becomes available on your device for reading immediately.
Post Date: Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Taking a United States road trip with a sighted driver using your iPHONE, you can become a full partner in the experience.

My husband and I are again driving from California to Indiana on our seventh cross-country road trip, which gives me the necessary experience to share some tips.

Post Date: Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Note October 17, 2016: a new and updated guide on iOS text editors is now available here.

Post Date: Saturday, March 12, 2016

Quick Notes

This guide was submitted when Garageband's interface was still based on iOS 7/8/9's iCloud Drive app, when the Files app never existed, and you had to have your files saved in iTunes File Sharing to access them.

This is no longer the case, so I've updated the guide based on its new interface.

Start of the Guide

In this guide, I'll be explaining the process of making ringtones using the GarageBand app.

No computer is necessary, and it can completely be done by only using 2GB, meaning GarageBand's estimated size.

Post Date: Monday, August 16, 2010

Would you like to uninstall an app from your iPod Touch without the need to connect it to your computer? If you need an easy way to delete an app from your iDevice without using iTunes, this quick guide is for you.

We assume VoiceOver is enabled while following this guide, so VoiceOver gestures are used. If you are sighted, you may wish to turn off VoiceOver before proceeding.

Follow these steps on the device to delete an app:

Post Date: Monday, April 17, 2017

Starting in iOS 10, a new way exists through the actions rotor to move apps around your various home screens. While the old method is still available, the new way of accomplishing this task seems to be preferred by many. In iOS 11, it then became possible to drag multiple apps at the same time. The below process was written for iOS version 12.1, and if the instructions do not work as outlined below, chances are good you are not running that version of iOS.

Post Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017

As I don't know how to create podcasts yet here is a basic guide on how to use and enjoy Traveler's Quest.

First it may be a good idea to contact the developer of this app thanking them for such an accessible app so hopefully it stays that way.

Post Date: Wednesday, May 1, 2013

There is a free Kindle eBook titled "Kindle for iOS Accessibility Gestures - Quick Reference Guide" by Michael Iams. Here are the instructions for getting this book. I'm appending the first section on how to buy or download to your iOS device.  Note that these instructions assume you have already downloaded the Kindle app onto your device and created an account.

Kindle Store: Buy & Download to your iOS Device

Post Date: Sunday, December 14, 2014

Before writing this guide, I have searched the Applevis site about this topic. According to the treads I have read, some people are having difficulties to make this feature work.

This guide will not make your raise to record feature to work consistently because to tell you guys honestly, that feature is a hit and miss, more often the lattar. So without further ado, here are the steps.

Note: This tip only works on the message app, so if you are trying to do this on the quick reply view, this is not going to work.