accessible software

A collection of Software that are blind friendly.

iPhone and Android Podcast Third Episode

This is the third episode of our podcast about iPhone and Android and their accessibility features. In this episode, there are two topics that were discussed.

iPhone and Android Podcast Second Episode

This is the second episode of our podcast about Android, iPhone and their accessibility features. In this episode, our discussion is focused more on the Android device and its Talkback feature. Talkback is the screen reader for Android used by

iPhone and Android Podcast First Episode

In this podcast, you will learn how to operate your Android or iPhone/iOS device using the accessibility feature called Talkback on the Android and Voiceover on the iPhone. The four topics discussed are the following:

JAWS Scripts for Skype, SkypeTalking and their features

For those who use Skype especially those visually impaired internet users, this short tutorial maybe beneficial. I will teach you how to do few things on Skype using ascreen reader such as clicking a URL within a message, iniciating or

Advantages and Disadvantages of Using a Screen Reader Instead of Braille

Braille Embosser

A hand while reading Braille Assistive technology in this modern time really helps the blind to perform his or her task everyday. For example, when checking his or her email, writing a document or simply in using social networks,

Accessible Audio Editor for Visually Impaired Musicians

I notice that visually impaired are not just born musicians but they love to edit their work as well. They don’t simply record and save their audio file, they also use audio editing software

Blind Netizens Survive

Here is the list of accessible software and websites available for blind netizens. Nnote: I tested some of the websites below for website accessibility and I’m happy to say they are blind friendly at least for me. So if you’re