A Deep Dive Into Dolphin ScreenReader
On this episode of the pod, Nimer demonstrated Dolphin ScreenReader, Marco ran through how to use Samsung Health and Kirt showed off hotspot, plus we welcome a special guest.
Welcome to episode 75 of the Blind Tech Guys. We trust you will enjoy the latest episode of the pod.
What’s New In The News
- Join us for Microsoft Ability Summit on May 5-6, 2021!
- Apple Stores offering free sign language interpreter appointments
- Microsoft's investments make Xbox a leader in gaming accessibility, and others should follow
- Samsung Adds Voice Guidance & More To The Galaxy Watch
- YouTube TV now offers MLB TV to subscribers
- Clubhouse for Android in development, cofounder confirms
- Telegram brings auto-delete to all chats, home screen widgets, invite links
- Twitter brings Super Follows for paid subscribers, interest groups to build communities
- Google Maps adds another useful feature from Waze
- The OnePlus 9 trio and the company's first smartwatch will allegedly be unveiled around mid-March
- Google Pixel 6: release date, leaks and all of the news | What Hi-Fi?
- iPhone 13 | All of the rumors we've heard about Apple's upcoming 2021 iPhones so far.
Dolphin screen reader is a powerful product with lots of settings. Nimer reviewed and demonstrated it. Unfortunately, we had difficulty getting it to work, and thus cannot recommend it, however if anyone wishes to demo it for the podcast, we would appreciate it.
App of the Week
Marco discusses the Samsung Health app and demonstrates it on his Samsung S21 Ultra. This app comes preinstalled on most Samsung devices, and can be downloaded from the Galaxy app store should you wish to do so.
Did you know??
You can use your device to provide an Internet connection to your laptop. Kirt shows us how this is done on Android and iOS. He also runs a speed test using the hotspot.
We had a heap of listener emails this week, and the team thanks you all for taking the time to get in touch.
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