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1.BlindSquare

BlindSquare makes you sense what's around you. The only thing you need to do is listen.

BlindSquare is a new solution that combines the latest technology to help the blind with their daily lives. It has been developed in collaboration with blind people and

carefully field tested. You need either an iPhone or an iPad to get started. It also supports some additional accessories to enhance the experience.

 

2.Voice Brief

You bought iPhone to increase your productivity? But, think about what you are doing! You get up in the morning, check weather, mail, stock price, schedule of the day, stock

prices, and maybe some news of your interest and maybe check twitter and facebook... Jumping from app to app wasting your time! Well, we know you do this again when you start

your day at work, lunch break and on the way home... Don't you?

How can we stay on top of all those information without spending time? How can we use our incredible iPhone the right way?
How about hiring someone to read them one by one while you are driving, eating, or brushing your teeth?

Voice brief reads them all with clear voice, lets you fully customize the content from your email, weather, calendar, gmail, news feeds, stock price, twitter and facebook...
Touch of one button, or with built in Alarm, Voice Brief collects all these information and pleasantly read them while you are driving, eating, etc... You will feel like you

were Tony Stark, or have your own Hal9000 (it doesn't kill you though).

 

3.LookTel Money Reader

LookTel Money Reader instantly recognizes currency and speaks the denomination, enabling people experiencing visual impairments or blindness to quickly and easily identify and

count bills. Point the camera of your iOS device at a bill and the application will tell you the denomination in real-time. Twenty one currencies are supported: the US Dollar,

Australian Dollar, Bahraini Dinar, Brazilian Real, Belarusian Ruble, British Pound, Canadian Dollar, Euro, Hungarian Forint, Israeli Shekel, Indian Rupee, Japanese Yen, Kuwaiti

Dinar, Mexican Peso, New Zealand Dollar, Polish Zloty, Russian Ruble, Saudi Arabian Riyal, Singapore Dollar, and United Arab Emirates Dirham.

 

4.Color ID Free

Color Identifier uses the camera on your iPhone or iPod touch to speak the names of colors in real-time. It's an Augmented Reality app for discovering the names of the colors

around you!

The color names are fun and specific: Paris Daisy, Lavender Rose, Moon Mist, and many more. The app also supports Simple Colors. Tap the color square at the top left corner to

toggle between Simple Colors and Exotic Colors.

 

5.oMoby

oMoby is visual search. Snap a photo of a product or scan a barcode to access shopping information. Forget typing - searching just got simple. oMoby visual search will return a

result for any image, but it works best on products. Take a clear photo of a single object and prepare to be amazed at the information you can find. If you can see it, we can

find it.

Now with faster processing and support for Data Matrix and Code 128, oMoby is the most complete all-in-one app for visual search and barcode scanning.

 

6.VizWiz

VizWiz lets blind users recruit remote sighted workers to help them with visual problems in nearly real-time. Users take a picture with their phone, speak a question, and then

receive multiple spoken answers.

 

7.Light Detector

Have you ever listened to light? With Light Detector, now you can!
Light Detector transforms any natural or artificial light source it encounters into sound. Light Detector is easy to use! Just run the application and point your iPhone camera

in any direction. You will hear a higher or lower sound depending on the intensity of the light.
If you are blind, Light Detector helps you to be more independent in many daily activities. At home, point your iPhone towards the ceiling to understand where the light fixtures

are and whether they are switched on. In a room, move the device along the wall to check if there is a window and where it is. You can find out whether the shades are drawn by

moving the device up and down.
Bring Light Detector with you to discover what is around you at the speed of light.

 

8.TalkingTag LV

The TalkingTag LV application can be used by vision impaired users to voice record and playback voice messages on specially developed labels. The labels can be attached to any

object about which you need to identify or remember information about. The App provides features to record, playback, erase and copy voice messages on the labels.

Some typical applications for vision impaired users include voice labeling contents for boxes, files, clothes, food items, and just about anything else you want to voice tag.

This application is great for a variety of daily uses for low vision applications to identify and organize things using voice recordings on a label.

 

9.RadiON - The world's best music radio stations are here!

Listen to 50,000 radio channels with RadiON. You can listen to radio channels by Hot Chart/Countries/Genre/News/Sports. Now you can even save music information with the newest

feature.

 

10.iDigital Big Alarm Clock HD

Do you have a hard time looking at time at night? Don't you just wish display time would be as big as the iPAD screen itself?

This is the BIGGEST DIGITAL DISPLAY of TIME available anywhere in the app store.

Now with beautiful 6 colors for display and 4 day weather forecast

See what some of the users are saying about this app.

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