In this episode I take a look at true or false quiz battle which is a fun filled iOs game. This was a stream archive. I first show a few games then play against someone live and in person. it was fun. If anyone wants to play me my username is ke7zum
Feedback in the disqus forum is more then welcome. I will be showing this to the dev so comments and questions regarding accessibility are recommended.
in this episode I take a look at clean my mac3 a program to quickly and easily clean junk out of a mac’s system. True there is only onyx and other pieces of software, how ever sometimes it’s good to have multiple tools under your belt. I upgraded and cleaned about 14 gigs out of my system before the day was done. [^1]
The software is very very accessible and I’m very very glad the developer decided to create this software. it’s more streamline and very easy to use. The software also guides you along the way in terms of what is safe to clean and what is not. I’m an intermediate computer user, how ever I make mistakes all the time.
Feedback on this or any other episode is more then welcome. Feel free to leave a comment in the Disqus forum as this will enable other users who take advantage of these podcasts to benefit from the feedback and tips as well.
[^1]: Remember to always back up your mac via time machine or back blaze, or what ever you use. It’s a safety net in case you make a mistake or somethingn is not working quite right
In this episode I go over the new and not so streamline periscope interface. The app needs a lot of work in my opinion and the interface is too clunky to even be worth using, plus the people viewing your video and making comments are not that friendly or professional in their comments. They want to it seems take you down and keep you at an all time low.
One note. I messed up and said I was using an iphone 6 32 gig. This is not correct. I’m actually at the time of this recording using an iphone 6 64 gig. I apologize for the slip up.
I’m sure perascope will get better, but I probably will keep with meerkat as the devs are better at changing stuff and fixing accessibility issues.
I continue my meerkat review by goign over the new update. The developers took time to implement accessibility changes. they admit they have a while to go yet, but so far it’s turnign out to be a good good video streaming app.
comments? Questions? Leave them in the forum below this post.
I take a look at Microsoft office 2016 preview. The accessibility I’m sad to say is not all that good. The issue is this. The text area you typing to in the case of word is not readable with voice over. I show an example, or try to. I’d like your comments in this as I’m frustrated that this s our third try in regard to communications with Microsoft and they have yet to understand, or maybe don’t want to understand the problems we face with their apps.
What did you do after you tested this? I want to wake up with a lot of emails from the comments area stating your feedback on the accessibility or in this case lack thereof in office 2016.
I finish this series by taking you through the app once again, but this time with out me explaining what I’m doing and why. I also just for fun include a phone call to brake the monotony of the wait. We also hear from a special guest who decided to pop in. enjoy the discussions, app use, and more.
Feedback is more then welcome. I really enjoy this app, and I hope you will to.
I take a look at blidn square as I head to UNLV. I go over more of its features including simulation of places and checking in to places via 4sq. The next podcast will be when ‘m going back, except yo hear it in real time with out me explaining what is going on.
In this episode I take a first look at blind square a gps app designed with the blind in mind. I go over the main interface, and settings. I also go over what might need to be modified. I have to make a correction though. I said that I wwished I could change to miles. I found the correct setting in settings, except it is feet not miles. That works though and will still serve my purposes.
If you want to leave feedback about this or any other podcast please feel free to contact me.
In this episode I go over how to uploadi using the new audioboom website. I first take you through while a clip is sending then take you throgu to send an actual clip. I go over some practice that might make it easier if you are uploading a series of booms.
I take a look at aftership an app that will track your packages. It supports over 139 carriers in the us and more in other countries. There are some unlabeled buttons, however¬ the app is very very dead simple to use.
I take a look at bit torrent synch for both osx and iOS. there is a windows version but since I sort of don’t have a windows set up (it is virtual) there is no point in testing and reviewing it since all concepts are the same.
I start by going over the mac app in terms of settings, synching, adding a folder and viewing the history and transfers.
I then go over the iOS app in the same way, except I add a folder by scanning the QR code using iOS. Since I am not an android user you guys are on your own in terms of scanning your computer screens. I would like to hear the feedback you guys have in terms of accessibility though.
You can find the mac version here, and the iOS version here.
If you want the key for the folder I used as an example (It is read only) copy the following in to bit torrent synch
an app for typing text quickly from any computer to yrou iphone. I have some questions regarding the app so if anyone can answer them i’d be more then greatful. Feel free to leave a comment in the comment field.
I go over the new face book update as of may 27, 2014. I first talk about how to get to your recent posts, then I go over some of the issues. If you want to leave them feedback, feel free to email them, or tweet them.
All feedback is more then welcome regarding this post and others I’ve done.
I take a look at instacart an app for iOS that allows delivery of your groceries from selected stores. These guys are expanding, so it might be in your area soon.
The app does need some accessibility work. I show this in the podcast. This podcast is designed mainly for the developers of instacart as I’m treating this as an audio version of a usability memo. Here are the key points I go over along with screen shots. This is after a bit on accessibility in ios.
I start out first by going over the main screen and its problems, or actually only 1 problem. There is an unlabeled button at the top left of the screen.
I then next search for a product and attempt to browse for it. As shown in the audio part of this the price never shows up.
I then show some search results. again this part is not usable.
I then end by stumbling on the main window. This is the only part I think that is usable for us.
As seen, this app needs some improvement in terms of accessibility. A search on the applevis site will reveal some discussion on the app in question.
Any feedback on this blog post is helpful. I think I might have gotten the screenshots misaligned from the recording, but at least they will help a bit.
Feel free to share this post and leave your feedback regarding this software.
In this episode I take a look at the new audio boo iOS app update that came out on april 24, 2014.
I go over trimming and how it can be improved. I follow that up by leaving¬ a comment on a boo and discussing a work around that you need to do as you cannot hear characters echoed back at you or even edit unless you do said work around. I end by discussion with channels and what they are.
In this episode I take a look at cloud convert, an ios app for conversion of files from one format to antoehr that’s done in the cloud. This is 100 percent accessible and I comend the developers for taking the time to make it so.
Any comments or questions can be left in the comments area after every post or via the comment line which can be gotten at the end of every file.
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In this episode I take a look at the new find my friends app for ios. It has a lot of work as the interface in my opinion as I state in the podcast has taken a step backwards. Feel free to leave feed back on apple’s feed back page.[signoff]
In this ep I take a look at the new audio boo
released today, november 11 2013. there are some issues such as downloads not being able to be removed even with voice over and the swipe jester. Over all the interface is pretty good. If you have any questions or feed back Feel free to contact @audioboosupport
I take a look at an app called check. This is an app that allows you to keep track of your accounts, or account, depending on your situation. It will also let you keep track of credit cards and more. I go through the app and then go through how to pay a bill. I really love this app. [signoff]
In this episode I take a look at game center which comes with ios7. I go through the settings, and have a bit of trouble, but I’m sure at the time of the recording it was apple’s servers that broke. [signoff]