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Resource Bank on Mobile Apps

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Mobile Apps

TapTapSee

TapTapSee is a mobile camera application designed specifically for iOS users who are blind or low vision. The app utilizes the iDevice’s camera and VoiceOver functions to photograph objects and identify them out loud for the user. The app can be download from App Store and Google Play store.

Voice Dream Reader

Voice Dream Reader is an accessible reading tool for mobile and tablet devices. With advanced text-to-speech and a highly configurable screen layout, it can be tailored to suit every reading style from completely auditory to completely visual, plus synchronized combination of both. The app can be download from App Store and Google Play store.

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Kibo

Kibo is a one-stop solution for reading and learning needs of persons with vision disabilities. It helps the user read any kind of printed, handwritten and digital text across multiple Indian & overseas languages through Talkback/ Audio. The app can be download from Play Store for free.

See AI

Seeing AI is an artificial intelligence application developed by Microsoft for iOS. Seeing AI uses the device camera to identify people and objects, and then the app audibly describes those objects for people with vision disabilities.

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Access Houston Airports

George Bush Intercontinental Airport and William P. Hobby Airport have rolled out Access Houston Airport Mobile App aimed at enhancing the airport experience for children with developmental disabilities and their caregivers. The app is free to download, and available through the App Store and Google Play.

Be My Eyes

Be My Eyes was created to help people who are blind or low-vision. The app is made up of a global community of people with vision disabilities and sighted volunteers.

Through a live video call, volunteers supply users who are blind with visual assistance for tasks ranging from matching colors, to checking if the lights are on, to preparing dinner.

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