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On this episode of he iA DemoCast, Jason Earls demonstrates the iAccessibility app for iOS by going through each element of the app. iAccessibility on the App Store

iA DemoCast 13: iAccessibility for iOS


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On this episode of the iA UnboxCast, Scott Van Gorp, Michael, Jason, and Philip unbox the iPhone X and go through the setup process. iPhone X | Apple‎

iA UnboxCast 12: iPhone X


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On this episode of the iA Cast, Aleeha, Michael, and Jason discuss all of the latest devices announced for this holiday season and what everyone would like to get their hands on. Apple iPhone 8 – Apple‎ iPhone X – Apple‎ HomePod – Apple‎ Apple TV – 4K‎ Amazon All-New […]

#iACast 61: All These Devices!



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On this episode of the iA DemoCast, Matt Dierckens demonstrates Twitterriffic 5 for Mac, which brings accessible Twitter features to macOS. Twitterrific 5 for Twitter on the App Store – iTunes – Apple

iA Democast 12: Twitterriffic 5 for Mac


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On this episode of the iAUnboxCast, Aleeha unboxes the VP Columbia Braille embosser from ViewPlus with commentary from Jason and Michael. At the time of this posting, the embosser is still selling for $1495 on the ViewPlus website. This is a 100 character per second, interpoint, tactile graphics embosser. Aleeha goes through […]

#iACast UnboxCast 11: VP Columbia Braille Embosser


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On this episode of the iA CodeCast Michael, Dan and Aleeha discuss the differences in language syntax between different programming languages. Dan has issued challenge number 2 where a person must write a program with two different conditionals. One being an if, and else if condition, and the other being […]

iA CodeCast 2: Language Syntax



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Recently, a new app was released, in collaboration with Disney and several other movie studios, called the Movies Anywhere app. It’s available for iOS and Android, and offers some unique functionality for blind movie lovers. You can sign into Amazon, Google, and iTunes to link all your accounts together. For a […]

Access Your Movies From All Your Accounts with the Movies ...


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On this episode of the iA UnboxCast Michael, along with Aleeha, and Jason unbox the 50 inch Amazon Element 50 inch TV with Fire TV built in. This is an accessible TV with FireOS built in. All‑New Element 50‑Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV ‑ Fire TV Edition$549.99Amazon.comFree shipping

iA UnboxCast 10: Amazon Element 50 inch TV


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On this episode of the iA Cast, Michael and Aleeha discuss the importance of problem solving and some techniques for adopting the problem solving mindset. New Question and Answer segment announced for the iA Cast. seen any questions to our Twitter @iaccessibility1, our facebook page or through email at feedback@iaccessibility.net. […]

#iACast 60: Problem Solving



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On this episode of the iA Cast, Jason, Michael, and Aleeha discuss the latest in augmented reality and virtual reality as it relates to mainstream technology and in the areas of accessibility. Mainstream Devices VIVE™ | Discover Virtual Reality Beyond Imagination Oculus Rift | Oculus Samsung Gear VR – Powered […]

#iACast 59: Augmented and Virtual Reality


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This morning, I discovered an app called Texie for iOS. The app claims to be able to perform quick text recognition, kind of like the Short Text mode of Seeing AI. It’s free do download, but, in order to perform scans, you must purchase credits, which start at $0.99 for 100 scans. […]

Texie for iOS: Does it Work as Advertised?


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In this episode, Jason and Jeremy discuss using Linux as an alternative to Windows and macOS. Topics include: Ubuntu and Debian, two distributions of Linux, The Orca and Speakup screenreaders, BRLTTY, a braille display daemon for Orca and other console screenreaders, The Debian Accessibility Wiki which has great information about the accessibility options available for Debian. You can also apply […]

#iACast 58: Linux as an Alternative to Windows