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Fedora Outlier Presents The Number One App Of 2013 Brought To You By, How To Be Blind

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For Immediate Release: It’s The Final Countdown! Fedora Outlier, LLC Presents The Number One App Of 2013 brought to you by How To Be Blind

Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Atlanta, Georgia


There’s an app for everything these days. If you need to find a recipe for a special event then you can probably find it by searching thousands of recipes at Big Oven. Want to listen to a favorite podcast? Well, you guessed it, there’s an app for that. Just download Downcast. Do you like listening to music or playing word games? Spend some of your free time listening to Pandora or figuring out the answers to Clever Clues.

Since the availability of accessible apps through Apple’s “born accessible” iOS devices, it is now possible for the blind, low vision and deaf-blind to use various applications to make their life more productive and fun. Whether you use apps for productivity, lifestyle, navigation or entertainment, it is now possible to find an app that suits your daily need and eventually becomes a favorite that you use on a regular basis such as Tap, Tap, See or Voice Dream Reader.

Do you have a favorite app that you use? Well, if you do, then the team at Fedora Outlier, LLC, an assistive technology firm based in Atlanta, Georgia and committed to providing quality services and resources to the blindness community would like to hear from you.

During the month of January, Fedora Outlier, LLC would like all interested parties to partake in the Number One App Of 2013 survey which will allow each individual the opportunity to submit a favorite app along with other suggestions as well. On January 21st and continuing through January 31st, a favorite app from the Top Ten list will be revealed via Fedora Outlier’s social media platforms. You won’t want to miss out on the opportunity to submit an app that someone may not know about and could help make their life more productive!

Another piece of exciting news from Fedora Outlier, LLC is the fact that Mike Malarsie from How To Be Blind has agreed to sponsor the above mentioned campaign.

If you’re looking for the latest tech news, up to date accessible tutorials, entertaining podcasts, and an “outside the box” perspective then look no further than How to be Blind. With four unique podcasts and constantly growing lists of the best accessible apps on the biggest platforms, How to be Blind will keep you up to date on the latest and greatest in the world of technology and accessibility. Mr. Malarsie will also be launching a WordPress for the Blind course this year that will teach you how to build your own website and blog! How to be Blind is created by the blind, for the blind. The site strives to provide the best information and entertaining content for everyone in the blind, low vision and deaf-blind community. With easy to use comment forms, Facebook page, and active Twitter account, there are more ways to interact with HTB2 than ever before! The readers and listeners are part of a community, not just an audience. Visit How To Be Blind online at www.htb2.com, on Twitter at www.twitter.com/@howtobeblind, and Facebook at www.facebook.com/howtobeblind, to become part of the HTB2 family!

The team here at Fedora Outlier takes extreme pride in our Better Than Excellent service that we provide to all of our clients. If you or anyone you know are the proud new owner of an iPhone and they are struggling a bit with learning how to use it, we would like to invite you to come on over to our website and get them an invaluable tool that will show them step by step how to use this new and wonderful device. Join Fedora Outlier team member Brie Rumery as she tells you her story of being Scared To Death of her iPhone when she first got it. As you read about her experience you will soon realize that learning how to use the iPhone does not need to be over whelming and frustrating. It can actually be fun. So come on over to our website and get your copy of The Old Hat Guide To iPhone Accessibility, iOS 7 Edition today!

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