In this podcast, Moopie Curran gives us a demonstration of Radium, an Internet radio player for the Mac that's designed from the ground up to be simple, intuitive, and lightweight.
AnonyMouse gives us a walk-through of the VOTimer, which is a countdown timer with big buttons and a clear font. You can even set and launch the timer with a voice command in plain English. It was designed with simplicity in mind.
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In this podcast, Moopie Curran gives us a demonstration of Audiobook Maker, a Mac app that converts audio files into audiobooks.
The main features of the app include:
- Convert and Combine all video and audio to audiobook file (M4B)
- Support set image cover, create chapter stops, adjust audio quality, send it to iTunes.
IN this podcast, Musicruz demonstrates Type2Phone, an app which allows you to control your iOS device using your Mac.
In this podcast, Matthew Campbell shows us how to access and use the feature new in iTunes 11 that allows you to use the iSight camera on your Mac to scan and redeem an iTunes Gift Card.
In this podcast, BlindEducator introduces us to The Inquisitor Audiogame Adventure, a newly-released game for iOS.
In this audio game, The Inquisitor is called to investigate an obscure case, beyond heresy, that reveals a new face of Evil. He must tackle many arduous tasks, make many painful choices, and take on terrible creatures. Providing a...
In this podcast, Holly gives us a demonstration of Robo-E, a newly-released iOS game that has the title character in charge of cleaning up the galaxy from toxic waste.
To do this, he needs your help to guide him through hundreds of levels, all of which are fully accessible with VoiceOver.
Holly shows us just the first 2 of these levels. If you want to do...
In this podcast, AnonyMouse introduces us to LookTel VoiceOver Tutorial, an app which provides a basic introduction to VoiceOver and the gestures used throughout iOS.
Intended for those new to VoiceOver and iOS, the tutorials in this app offer a mix of facts and entertainment. Once the app is started with VoiceOver running, the text and elementary...
In this podcast, AnonyMouse introduces us to TapTapSee, a new iOS app designed to help the blind and vision-impaired identify objects they encounter in their daily lives.
Once the user takes a picture of what is in front of them, the application identifies and speaks the identification back to the user.
The application also features instant recognition on all US paper currency.