There’s an app for everything these days. 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 TapTapSee or Voice Dream Reader.
Do you have a favorite app that you use? If so, the team at Fedora Outlier, LLC wants to know about it. Why? Well, I am glad you asked.
Fedora Outlier is looking for the number one app of the year and to do this we need a little help. All you need to do to nominate your favorite app is to click on this link for The Number One App Of 2013 and answer the 3 questions and we’ll take it from there. Who knows, it might be your app that makes it as the winner!
I know what my favorite app is these days, what’s yours? Remember, all you need to do is fill out the survey and then keep an eye out for the final countdown to see what app makes it as number one!
Are you 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, Mike Malarsie of How to be Blind will keep you up to date on the latest and greatest in the world of technology and accessibility. Mike 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: http://www.htb2.com, on Twitter at: http://www.twitter.com/howtobeblind, and Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/howtobeblind, to become part of the HTB2 family!
Did you get a new iPhone for Christmas and have yet to learn how to use it? Are you thinking about purchasing one and are wondering how in the world you will be able to use it with confidence and proficiency? Did you recently upgrade to iOS7 and need to know how to use some of the new features that are now available? If you answered yes to any of these questions then the answer is just a click away. Purchase Fedora Outlier’s book the Old Hat Guide To iPhone Accessibility, iOS7 Edition and not only will you learn how to use your phone with an abundance of confidence, you’ll also enjoy the story that goes along with the easy to follow 12 Baby Steps. Get yours today!