Software for voice to input commands and shortcuts for the web browser, hands-free. Suitable for those with motor issues (Parkinson's, arthritis, RSI) or dyslexia or for users who want to speak rather than type.
A presentation support software that acts as a set of interactive flashcards on a smartphone or tablet, integrating fully with Microsoft PowerPoint. The cards are tailored to the needs of individuals with SpLDs and mental health issues.
An alternative input device for controlling a computer, smartphone, or tablet. It provides a means to operate almost any application using the feet and can be customized to streamline interaction with a wide variety of applications.
Environmental control units (ECUs) designed to help the client achieve maximum independence and quality of life by giving the ability to control the environment, the Computer, and full augmentative communication (AAC).
An app directed at people unable to communicate fluently orally or through writing with health professionals, family, or any other person. HelpTalk allows users to create sets of actions that represent their needs in terms of communication, with the actions most suited for each disability/user.
A cross-platform voice messenger that allows users to instantly talk with friends and family. Use HeyTell as a walkie talkie, intercom, or instant voice messaging system to send quick voice messages to friends and family with iPhones or iPods.
An app that works with over 600 apps, including Twitter, Telegram, Google Drive, Twitch, Weather Underground, Instagram, Gmail, and devices like Google Home, Amazon Alexa, Nest, Philips Hue, and Android phones iPhones.
An app for social gaming that is fully accessible so the sighted and visually impaired can compete on a level playing field. It has eight fun games, chat functionality, and 100% voiceover accessibility.
An app that verbally translates the visual world into spoken words, helping blind and visually impaired people by using the smartphone camera, artificial intelligence and OCR (Optical Character Recognition).
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.
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 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.