Audio Tips And Guides

Speak!

In the heels of "Envision" getting out of beta and charging for using the services, there are some Devs out there that are bent on making sure that we, the blind have something we can use without necessarily scrambling to find the money for such services, thus, Eyal, the Dev. of "Speak!" has chosen to make the app--Speak! freely available to every blind person.

"Speak!" (by "High Mountain") is available on the Play Store at the following URL:

Using Smart Lens, and OCR package

This little audio demonstration attempts to show you how to use "Smart Lens," an OCR package by a developer called Duy Pham from (MMLab).

Duy has given blind folks a promot code to use in order that we may get the app free.
The promo code is:
"godloveyou" without the quotes.

The Play URL of this app is located at:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.duyp.vision.textscanner

Commentary Screen Reader decrypts your phone if you have full encryption turned on

This audio demonstration shows how the Commentary screen Readers decrypts one's phone if he or she has turned on full disk encryption.

This audio demonstration is not intended to bash the Commentary Screen Reader, but rather it is intended to demonstrate a serious flaw found on the screen Reader, so those who prefer having their phones encrypted, should be aware of what they are up against.

I hope that the developer looks into the issue and fix this flaw.

The TrackerR Pixel

The trackerR Pixel comes from the many devices put out by the "Tracker" company.

This little audio demonstration demonstrates the process of pairing and tracking the item that this device is attached to.

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Shuffling your Music in your Playlist on YouTube

Take the following steps to enable the "shuffle Mode" on your YouTube "Playlist."

1. Launch YouTube,

2. At the bottom of the phone are five tabs--Starting from the bottom left, going right, you've got:
"Home," "Trending," "Subscription," "Activity" and "Library."

3. Tap on "Library,"

4. On the screen that shows up upon tapping on "Library," find and tap on the name of the "Playlist," in this case, for this demonstration, I have created one called "Mix Bag."

Getting Started with DocuSign

This is an audio demonstration of "DocuSign," an app used for electronically signing documents.
"DocuSign" is not accessible, when it comes to both creating the signature or the initials with Talkback on.

Talkback must be suspended in order for one to be able to draw his or her signature or print his or her initials.

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