A simple design and layout that provides a way to find menu items in a restaurant. It provides blind and visually impaired people the freedom to read restaurant menus without sighted help or bulky, out-dated, braille menus.
A symbol-based communication app, powered by a prediction technology. SwiftKey Symbols learns from users to predict the symbol they’re most likely to want next, saving time and helping them to communicate faster and more easily.
An intelligent text-to-speech audio-reader that turns reading material into interactive audiobooks so that users can save time, retain more information, and stay focused. Speechify can read books, documents, and articles while users cook, work out, commute, or any other activity.
An app that provides a hands-free option for incoming calls, SMS, and notifications for the Android platform. The same feature can be extended over to incoming SMS messages, which can also be announced or read.
An Apple app that allows the user to custom-resize the mobile device's keyboard and emoji sizes so that they can easily be seen by those with poor vision or for those who need larger keys so that pressing the right one is less frustrating.
An accessible recorder that has been created with speed and ease of use in mind. Its menus are very comprehensive and graphics have been minimalized to ensure swift navigation for users with screen reading.
An accessible GPS-app developed for the blind and visually impaired. Paired with third-party navigation apps, BlindSquare’s self-voicing app delivers detailed points of interest and intersections for safe, reliable travel both outside and inside.