Picture of Tile device. Device is a white square with rounded corners with the word Tile in a light grey. It also has a round hole in a corner for a key ring.
Everyone loses track of things. Whether it’s your keys or your luggage, it can be difficult to find. That’s why, on this episode of the iA DemoCast, Aleeha demonstrates a cool and mostly accessible solution to this all too common problem: the Tile. Tile is run by installing a free […]

#iACast DemoCast 15: Tile

A Guide dog in Harness
Welcome back to another episode of the PawdCast. This episode contains a lot of very useful information, so let’s get started First, we interview Julie Johnson, who has trained several guide dogs herself. She is the owner and operator of her website, Guide and Service Dogs,, as well as her Blind […]

The PawdCast 5: Owner Training Your Guide Dog and Delta’s ...

CES 2018
Welcome back to the latest episode of the iACast. We’ve been gone for a while, but here’s an episode sure to inform and entertain. This week, it’s all about the Consumer Electronics show, held in early January. We’re joined by hosts Michael, Aleeha, Jason, Matt, and, for her iAccessibility debut, […]

#iACast 68: CES 2018 and Combined Apple Apps

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

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

VP Columbia at an angle on white background
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

Movies Anywhere 1
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 ...

Texie App Icon 1
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?

iOS 11 5
A few days ago, I discovered an article written by someone in the blind community criticizing a new feature that has been implemented in iOS 11. Background: In iOS 11, Apple has implemented a new feature dealing with the way VoiceOver manages the Actions Rotor in the Mail App. If […]

Maybe it’s not Apple with the problem: Maybe it’s us

AppleTV 4th generation
On this episode of the UnboxCast, Aleeha and Michael unbox the ever popular Apple TV 4th generation from Apple. Aleeha goes through initial setup of the device, as well as its settings. We also demonstrate downloading and setting up an app from the App Store.

#iACast UnboxCast 9: 4th Generation Apple TV

A Guide dog in Harness
Welcome to the latest in new shows from the iACast network. It’s called the PawdCast, and it will be a monthly show featuring topics of interest to service animal users, with a focus on guide dogs. What a better way to start off the show than to talk about identification […]

The PawdCast episode 1: Service Animal Identification