Tag: apple accessibility

Keeble Keyboard for iPad: Flexible Text Input for Users with Special Needs

Once again, Brian Meersma of the Assistive Technology Blog, has featured a remarkable and very useful app, the Keeble Accessible Keyboard. The Keeble, App, which costs $15 and is available at the App Store,  is a virtual keyboard for iPad made by AssistiveWare. The app is only available in English for iPads running iOS 8 and … Continue reading Keeble Keyboard for iPad: Flexible Text Input for Users with Special Needs

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KNFB Reader App: Amazingly Fast and Accurate

Brian Meersma at the Assistive Techology Blog  recently reviewed the KNFB text reader app and says: For people who are visually impaired or have difficulty reading, the KNFB Reader is perfect for accessing printed text. To read Brian's full review visit, KNFB Reader App: Amazingly Fast and Accurate

New in iOS 8: Built-in Braille Keyboard for Six-Dot Input

Over at the Assistive Technology blog,  Brian Meesma reviews a new feature in iOS 8 - a built-in Braile keyboard for six-dot input. iOS 8 includes enhancements to VoiceOver, the built-in gesture based screen reader for people with visual impairments. One of the improvements is a new built-in Braille Keyboard for Six-Dot input. The new feature … Continue reading New in iOS 8: Built-in Braille Keyboard for Six-Dot Input