Task management apps Reminders iOS icon
We get it. Managing all that you have to do in your busy life can be a difficult task. That’s why I have gathered four task management apps for analysis here on the iAccessibility Report. I’ll be analyzing Apple’s Reminders app, Things 3, WunderList, and Trello. All are very powerful […]

Managing Your Busy Life: Accessible Task Management Apps

2018 Tech Predictions
On this episode of the iA Cast, Michael, Jason, Matt, and Aleeha discuss the latest news in technology, and what we think will happen in the tech world this year. Here are some of the items covered. Spectre (security vulnerability) – Wikipedia Geekbench developer links iPhone performance issues to battery […]

#iACast 67 – 2018 Tech Predictions   Recently updated !

Logitech Slim Combo Case for iPad Pro
During its latest iPad Pro ad, Apple asked the question, “What is a computer?” This is the second article written by iAccessibility that aims to answer this question. Our goal is to understand if the iPad Pro can replace the modern PC, and what kinds of accessories or apps one […]

What is a Computer? iPad Pro Hardware

Amazon Fire 8 HD
On this episode of the iA UnboxCast, Michael and Aleeha unbox the Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet which runs Fire OS and the VoiceView Screen Reader. We go from having the device in the box to having the device completely set up. We also explore the VoiceView tutorial and all […]

#iACast UnboxCast 15 – Amazon Fire 8 HD Tablet   Recently updated !

iPad Pro 10.5 with smart keyboard
Apple made a bold statement in an ad recently, during which a young girl asks her family: “What is a computer?” This question is really Apple making a statement about the iPad Pro, saying that it can be a computer replacement, and that the modern PC or computer form factor […]

What’s a Computer? An Introduction

Image of a gift wrapped with red bow.
The holidays are finally here, and Michael, Aleeha, Jason and Meaghan discuss methods they use at their homes or at their family’s homes to entertain guests and how they enjoy the holidays using technology. During the episode, we discuss what everyone uses for audio based entertainment through television based entertainment […]

#iACast 66: Holiday Entertainment

BrailleNote Touch with Google on the screen.
In this episode of the iA Cast, Michael, Aleeha, Matt, and Jason discuss what accessibility or mainstream devices are right for different situations. We also discuss what each person on the panel uses to complete certain day to day tasks whether it is mainstream or an accessibility related device. This […]

#iACast 65: Blindness VS Mainstream Devices

Each year, the iAccessibility Management Team looks back at what devices they liked best and we put each person’s favorite down in a blog post. It is now time for our 2017 picks. Do you agree with us? Let us know on Twitter or in the comments section. You can […]

IAccessibility Staff Pick Our Best Devices of 2017

Nova Launcher
The title says it all. To those who have never used an Android device, or maybe to those who are familiar with their Android device only somewhat, you may be wondering what a launcher is. Let’s see if we can shed some light on this topic. A launcher on Android […]

What is an Android Launcher?

A Guide dog in Harness
On this episode of the PawdCast, Aleeha, Matt, Lauren, and Meaghan discuss ways to travel with a service animal on many different forms of transportation. Resources discussed during the episode include: ADA.gov homepage Passengers with Disabilities | US Department of Transportation TSA Cares hotline for issues with security screening in […]

The PawdCast 4: Traveling With a Service Animal

On this episode of the iA UnboxCast, Aleeha, Jade, Jason, Matt and Michael unbox and set up the Google Home Mini Smart Speaker. This competitor to the Amazon Echo Dot was on sale for $20 for Black Friday, but still remains on sale for $30 currently. We review the layout of the Google […]

#iAcast UnboxCast 14: Google Home Mini

Belkin Wireless Charger charging iPhone 8
On this episode of the iA Cast, Michael, Aleeha and Anne discuss how to use wireless charging throughout your home or office. We also discuss the latest news in net neutrality Wireless Inductive Charging from Wikipedia Net neutrality – Wikipedia

#iACast 64 – Wireless Charging and Net Neutrality