Podcast about the September 12th, 2018 Apple KeynotePosted on 18-09-2018
In this podcast, Alexandre and Olivier discuss about the Apple Keynote which was held on September 12th, 2018. By listening to this podcast, you'll learn about the new products that were introduced. New products include the iPhone X S, iPhone X S Max, iPhone X R as well as the Apple Watch series 4. Don't hesitate to tell us what you think about these products! Also, please find at the beginning of this show a very important note about the most recent update of NVDA 2018.3 that cause issues with the remote add-on.Read more Podcast about the September 12th, 2018 Apple Keynote
The Amazon Fire tablet, a 100% accessible device right out of the box, at a very affordable pricePosted on 09-09-2018
In this podcast, Alexandre introduces you to the Amazon Fire tablet, an affordable device sold by Amazon. He shows you how to use its built-in screen reader called VoiceView. At the end of this podcast, you should be able to use your Fire properly. Knowing that this is an affordable device (between 59$ and 129$ Canadian depending on the edition), this is a very interesting solution for users who want to introduce themselves to the use of touch screens and without paying a large amount for a device to begin with.Read more The Amazon Fire tablet, a 100% accessible device right out of the box, at a very affordable price
Learn more about what’s new in NVDA 2018.2Posted on 28-08-2018
In this podcast, Olivier comes back on new features in NVDA 2018.2, which was released few months ago. As the new features in this version, A new USB driver is now available for the BrailleNote Touch and the BI 14 from HumanWare, the settings interface has been redesigned, it is now possible to postpone the installation of some updates, Windows OneCore voices are now used by default with Windows 10 and much more.
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Braille screen input, the perfect tool to write text at the speed of light in all circumstances!Posted on 24-08-2018
In this podcast mostly for Braille users, Alexandre shows you how to use the Braille screen input feature on iOS. You will learn how to enable it as well as how to use it in different situations. For example, Alexandre shows you how Braille screen input can help you finding apps on your home screen or navigating on the web. He also shows you how to enter text with this virtual Braille keyboard. Once you'll be expert with Braille screen input, you'll be able to write text using your touch screen faster than sighted persons!Read more Braille screen input, the perfect tool to write text at the speed of light in all circumstances!