New BrailleVoice app reads news from the phone
March 24, 2018
Braille users can now access something unique and helpful. That's the new BrailleVoice app that will read out to blind or low vision users, all the latest news from their favorite publications.
BrailleVoice app will put the news in a touch-tone phone interface.
AKA Shan, who has developed many different apps over the last few years, has developed BrailleVoice.
Shan says that blind people often find it hard to navigate through different apps that are available in the market. With the facility of text to speech being made available, all that users need to do is call to a toll-free number to listen to the latest news from any site.
Shan says that another benefit of BrailleVoice is all that users do not need an Internet connection.
This means that even people in remote areas can also listen to their favorite news. Shan says the app is quite basic, but can be very helpful for blind users.
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