Welcome to the December 2018 edition of AppleVis Unlimited, our monthly series which aims to highlight what's new and noteworthy on the AppleVis website. Below, you'll find a selection of the best content posted to AppleVis - from new app entries, to app updates, to the latest news and podcasts. For easier navigation, the major sections of this post are at heading level 3, and each individual item is at heading level 4.
New and Noteworthy App Entries
backpack studio (iOS, US$9.99)
Backpack Studio allows you to easily create studio quality recordings from anywhere in the world. It mixes your show for you, so you can focus on being creative. From the developer of the former bossjock studio, based upon years of refinement and user feedback. Backpack is a must have app for all podcasters, broadcasters, and DJ's, and voiceover artists.
- Record your voice while simultaneously triggering sounds - intros, background music, and sound effects. The sounds automatically adjust volume in real time. No need for multitrack or post production software. Creating a show becomes a creative live performance instead of an edit job!
- A powerful first of its kind soundboard with unlimited pages of pads. Scroll the pads to the left and a new empty page will appear ready to go! Reposition sounds, pin sounds to a specific pad to appear on each page. Configure the size, color, and behavior of each pad as needed. Swipe the pads vertically to live mix the volume.
- Import sounds into the soundboard on they fly from anywhere - iCloud , dropbox, your music library, email, even open from other apps.
- Studio quality compression, limiting, and eq algorithms are automatically applied to the live mix loud, studio quality mastered sound.
- Encodes to all popular formats, mp3, wav, m4a, aiff - Publish recordings directly to Soundcloud, iCloud, dropbox, Facebook, youtube, FTP, for Libsyn, or open in any app on your phone that accepts audio or video.
- Full VoiceOver compatibility for visually impaired producers .
- Battery and cpu optimization. Records in compressed audio to save 90% of the drive space space of other mixing apps. (optional)
- Inter-app audio and audiobus support allow you to stream to other apps.
- Works with all usb / external mics like the Apogee Mic, IK Multimedia iRig Mic Cast and Blue Mikey. Backpack also enables you to mix the left and right channels or disable the iOS built in gain control (AGC)
Current Version: 1.2.1 (December 20, 2018)
Cash Reader Tool for Blind (iOS, Free With In-App Purchases)
Cash Reader identifies banknote denomination for the largest number of currencies.
Point your camera to the money in hand and hear, see or feel its value.
All banknotes supported by Cash Reader are listed below alphabetically by region.
Euro, British pound, Bulgarian lev, Croation kuna, Czech Crown, Danish krone, Hungarian Forint, Polish zloty, Romanian leu, Swedish krona
Bosnian mark, Icelandic crown, Norwegian krone, Russian Ruble, Swiss franc, Turkish Lira, Ukrainian hryvnia
Canadian dollar, United States dollar
Jordanian Dinar, Kuwaiti Dinar, Saudi riyal
Chinese yuan, Japanese yen
App is localised to these languages:
English, German, French, Czech, Slovak, Arabic, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Bulgarian, Swedish, Turkish.
Current Version: 1.20 (December 28, 2018)
Microsoft To-Do (iOS, Free)
Microsoft To-Do is a simple and intelligent to-do list that makes it easy to plan your day. Whether it's for work, school or home, To-Do will help you increase your productivity and decrease your stress levels. It combines intelligent technology and beautiful design to empower you to create a simple daily workflow. Organize your day with To-Do's smart Suggestions and complete the most important tasks or chores you need to get done, every day. To-Do syncs between your phone and computer, so you can access your to-dos from school, the office, or the grocery store or even while you're traveling around the world.
You can quickly add, organize and schedule your to-dos while you're on the go. With important to-dos that you really shouldn't forget you can add reminders and due dates—we'll remember them for you. And if you have to-dos that you need to tick off on a daily, weekly or yearly basis you can set up recurring due dates to remind you each and every time. To-Do also works with your Outlook Tasks, making it easier to manage all of your tasks in whichever app you’re in. Whether you want to manage your to-dos when using Outlook or To-Do, they’ll always be available to you in both places.
You can also use To-Do as a note-taking app, adding detailed notes to every to-do—from addresses, to details about that book you want to read, to the website for your favorite café. You can collect all your tasks and notes in one place to help you achieve more.
What areas of your life do you want to be more productive in? You can have a color-coded list for each. Now you can quickly add your homework to one list, your groceries to another, your packing list, your work projects and your home DIY projects to yet more lists. You can create as many lists as fits your lifestyle. And if you follow a productivity system such as GTD (David Allen's Getting Things Done Methodology) then you can create a Someday list or a Follow-up list. To-Do is here for you, whether your goals are for this week or in 5 years time.
Current Version: 1.46 (December 17, 2018)
MusicHarbor (iOS, Free)
Keeping up with the latest releases from your favorite artists has never been so easy. With MusicHarbor you can follow artists closely and be the first to know about new albums, singles and EP's.
Apple Music Integration: You can import artists from your Apple Music library, or add them manually.
Stay organized: MusicHarbor brings the feed concept to music releases. See all albums from artists you follow on a single centralized timeline, chronologically ordered. Also, you can filter by types like album, EP, single or remix.
Be notified: Receive notification when a new album is available and be the first to know!
Current Version: 1.6.0 (December 17, 2018)
The Great Toy Robbery 2.0 (macOS, Free)
Fourteen years ago, a crazy audio game with a kid running around in Santa's factory to steal toys for himself was released. It has become one of the most classic and iconic audio games people think about during the holidays. After a much-anticipated wait, version 2.0 is here.
Play as Naughty Mcnaughterson as you dash through Santa's workshop picking up toy after toy. But, it's not that easy. Use sounds to guide you as you collect toys while dodging security elves, and after enough time has elapsed, you'll have to deal with Santa himself.
Version 2.0 boasts all new features. Post your scores to our all-new regional leaderboards. Do you live in Australia? Take on all your pals from down under. Live in the EU? No problem, you and all your European pals can compete together. There is plenty of regional fun for all.
If you played old versions of the game, you will remember that having to escape from Santa was as simple as running to the same exit repeatedly. Not anymore. Now you'll need to use strategy, nerves of steel, and a bit of luck to escape. did we mention he's much scarier too? He might even have a surprise or two up his sleeves. He has sleeves, right?
If you like all sorts of numbers and statistical stuff, then version 2.0 has you covered. Track statistics such as wins, losses, steps taken and much more. You can even export your stats to a txt file that you can email to your friends or post on Facebook or even your favorite forums.
For the true collector, The Great Toy Robbery contains 100 achievements. Some are simple to unlock, and others will make you think. Even others might be based on pure chance. Think you can get all 100?
And if that's not enough for you, Ive got one, more, thing. The Great Toy Robbery is the first LWorks title that you can install straight to your mac. No more bootcamp or virtualizing, just grab and go. That's right. This is the first LWorks title that is truly cross-platform. Now more gamers than ever can enjoy this fun and challenging game.
Warm Me Up (iOS, US$5.99)
Warm Me Up! is the most comprehensive and varied vocal warm up tool available to today's singer.
Tailored to your voice type, there are 50 vocal warm up exercises split over five different categories, specifically designed to guide you through a warm up that gradually eases your voice into its full range.
Warm Me Up! will create a unique warm up for you. It can generate a warm up based on how much time you have available or you can browse the individual tracks and create your own warm up as you desire. The exercises are recorded in high quality audio. A lush baby grand accompanies you through each exercise and a professional singer guides you through the first two repeats of each. On screen, each exercise is accompanied by suggestions and instructions to help you get the most out of each exercise.
The Warm Me Up! team (Luke Hunter, Vicky Jacobs and David Young) have warmed up professional singers in Australia, the USA, New Zealand, and England. They are professional vocalists, singing teachers, and musical directors. They have warmed up the casts of many mega musicals including Jersey Boys, Xanadu, Wicked, Mamma Mia, and Les Mis. They have warmed up corporate and recreational Glee Clubs, pop singers, opera stars, and choirs.
Warm Me Up! is specifically designed to be used by both the amateur and professional singer, and can be used to warm up a soloist or larger group. And it's a fantastic resource for singing teachers and choir directors who can warm up their ensemble away from the keyboard.
Current Version: 1.5 (September 26, 2016)
ZOOM Cloud Meetings (iOS, Free)
Stay connected wherever you go – start or join a 100-person meeting with flawless video, crystal clear audio, instant screen sharing, and cross-platform instant messaging – for free!
Zoom is used by over 500,000 customer organizations and is #1 in customer satisfaction.
It's super easy! Install the free Zoom app, click on "Host a Meeting," and invite up to 100 people to join you on video!
- Best iPhone and iPad video meeting quality
- Best iPhone and iPad screen sharing quality
- Screen share directly from your iPhone or iPad
- Screen share photos, web, and iCloud, MS OneDrive, Box or Dropbox files
- Screen share apps via iOS AirPlay
- Co-annotate during screen sharing on iPhone and iPad
- Real-time whiteboard collaboration on iPad
- Send group text, images, and audio files from mobile and desktop
- Contact availability status
- Easily invite phone, email, or company contacts
- Join as interactive participant or view-only webinar attendee
- Works over WiFi, 4G/LTE, and 3G networks
- Safe driving mode while on the road
- Connect with anyone on iPad, iPhone, other mobile devices, Windows, Mac, Zoom Rooms, H.323/SIP room systems, and telephones
- Start a meeting by asking Siri to “start a Zoom video call with….”
Current Version: 4.1.20 (December 18, 2018)
All recent app entries posted to AppleVis can be found at:
Notable App Updates
FEER (iOS, US$3.99)
Dense fog will make it hard to see the Zombies. Slide underneath the Ravens and jump over the Zombies, trying to grasp your feet. But save the fairies or you will run blind and have to run in the dark. Only those with the best ears survive in this dark world and can save the fairies’ light.
Use the Weapon to shoot the Zombies into pieces. Take the Boost to travel fast forward in high speed. Collect twice the lights with the Light Doubler or use the Shield to protect you from your enemies.
Post your score to the global Leader board or share it via social media. Invite and add friends to your personal list for group competitions.
Current Version: 1.1.7 (December 20, 2018)
Changes in Version 1.1.6
- brand new theme "Factory"
- redesign of theme "Forest"
- optimized visibility
- optimized for more speed and better responsiveness
- Navigation improvements for VoiceOver
Microsoft Soundscape (iOS, Free)
Microsoft Soundscape uses 3D audio technology to enhance your awareness of what is around you, and thereby help you get around and explore your surroundings.
Soundscape will place audio cues and labels in 3D space such that they sound like they are coming from the direction of the points of interest, parks, roads and other features in your surroundings.
You will need a pair of stereo headsets that you feel comfortable wearing outdoors. For example, bone conduction headsets, Apple AirPods and in-ear open headphones have proven to work well.
Soundscape is designed to live in the background and provide you with effortless ambient awareness. Therefore, feel free to use it in conjunction with other apps such as podcasts, audio books, email and even GPS navigation.
- As you walk, Soundscape will automatically call out the key points of interest, roads and intersections that you pass. These can be adjusted and turned on and off.
- An audio beacon can be placed on a point of interest, and you will hear it as you move around. You can place an audio beacon on a point of interest that you would like to track such as your destination, a point to return to or a landmark you are familiar with.
- “My location” describes your current location and the direction you are facing.
- "Nearby Markers" describes nearby places you have marked.
- “Around me” describes nearby points of interest in each of the four cardinal directions, helping with orientation. Try this out when getting off a bus or leaving a train station.
- “Ahead of me” describes points of interest in front of you, for example when walking down the street.
- The expandable Callout History section lets you review callouts you have heard, repeat callouts, hear more information about them, and more.
Current Version: 1.10.0 (December 17, 2018)
Changes in Version 1.10.0
- The “My Location” button will now tell you about the approximate street address of your current location when you are located next to a street. When you are walking towards the location you set an audio beacon on, Soundscape will now tell you when it is muting the beacon because you are close to its location.
- The list of places that loads when you are setting an audio beacon or a marker will now indicate both distance and compass direction to the listed places (where it previously listed distance only).
- Several small tweaks have been made to Soundscape’s VoiceOver UI to improved clarity. This includes updating the page for editing the names of markers to make it easier to use with VoiceOver, and updating the VoiceOver hints of the buttons at the bottom of the Home screen.
- As usual, this update includes bug fixes.
Minesweeper Deluxe (iOS, US$0.99)
This version of Minesweeper just gets harder and harder.
- More mines and bigger minefields.
- Set / Remove a flag by long pressing a square.
- Tap on a known square to scroll the minefield.
How many levels can you clear?
- No Clock as the game is designed to be picked up and put down.
- A real time killer.
- Simple controls.
- 3 tile themes colour, black on white, white on black
- Tile size customization.
- 100% Voice Over compatible.
Current Version: 1.1.0 (December 18, 2018)
Changes in December
- Added highest level reached to menu.
- Minor layout bugs fixed.
- Game Options menu is now sticky until Return to Game is selected.
- In game messages disappear after 10 seconds or are clicked upon.
- Improved difficulty of levels.
- Added unlucky feature if you hit a mine on your first go then you get
- another go on a new minefield of the same level.
- Added Tile size customization to help with accessibility.
- Added Game help.
- Added Number of mines to be displayed on game screen.
- Improved level and score format.
- Improved contrast of grid and surround.
- Added Scroll effect to aid navigation over large grids.
- Added game options menu.
- Bugs and Fixes.
Nearby Explorer (iOS, US$79.99)
Nearby Explorer is a full featured GPS app designed for use by people who are blind. Instead of just providing directions, it describes the environment in ways comparable to reading signage or observing road characteristics.
It uses onboard maps, so a data connection is not required, but if you have one, Nearby Explorer supplements the on board map data with crowd collected locations from Foursquare or Google Places. It includes complete maps for the United States and Canada which contain millions of points of interest. The onboard maps are over 4GB in size, so be sure the device you plan to use has enough available space before purchasing.
Nearby Explorer works with any device running iOS version 9 or later, but if the device does not contain its own GPS receiver, like most iPads and iPods, you must use an external GPS receiver. All iPhones contain GPS receivers.
Nearby Explorer works by letting you select from several different location related options about what to announce as you move. These include both typical items like street name and address and specialized options like approaching streets, intersection configurations, and nearby places and the distance and direction to them. (All announcements are optional.) All of this information is shown on the home screen and is available at any time, but typical use is to adjust the level of announcements, then lock the screen and put the device away. This keeps both hands free and let's your preferred voice speak the characteristics of the environment as you move.
You may also use the devices position and orientation to obtain additional targeted details such as pointing the end of the device to scan for businesses, even in a moving vehicle, or tilting it vertically to function as a compass, including a listing of streets in the indicated direction. This all works with the device locked, so one need not fuss with the touch screen while moving. You may even mark a point, then use the position of the device to get haptic feedback about that point's location.
Current Version: 1.27.0 (December 19, 2018)
Changes in Version 1.26.0-1.27.0
- Brings back support for Foursquare as a search provider.
- Corrects a problem where context menus were not automatically spoken when using iOS 12.1.1.
- Adds two new items to the Home screen, Description and Blind Description. These items are only used when OpenStreetMap is the Search Provider. These fields display information from OpenStreetMap which is tagged with the names Description and Blind Description. While these descriptions are relatively rare at this time, they can be used either to complement a POI, or to give information about a point on the map which is not a POI.
- Adds the Update Map button to the toolbar. This button updates the onboard OSM map for the current region if a map is available. This feature is most useful when using the Indoor Explorer feature to ensure you have the latest map for a supported building.
- Adds the Move Less and Move More buttons to Navigation mode. These buttons change the movement distance for the navigation buttons, instead of always moving 20 yards.
- No longer reports the distance to an object when that distance rounds to zero.
- Fixes a crash which could occur when using OpenStreetMap as the Address Provider, and moving off of land.
- Adds support for KST beacons to the Ad Hoc Beacons feature.
- Clears Approaching Street information when entering Indoor mode.
- Fixes a bug in the Map View where zooming the map usually paused nearby updates.
- Fixes a bug where the prompt to rate the app commonly appeared at startup when running on iOS 12.
Voice Dream Reader (iOS, US$14.99)
Supported Document Formats
- PDF, Plain text, MS Word, MS PowerPoint, RTF, and Google Docs.
- Web articles.
- EPUB eBooks. (DRM-free books only. Kindle, iBooks and most commercial eBook platforms are not supported.)
- Bookshare Books.
- DAISY text-based books and audiobook.
- Audiobooks in MP3, MP4 or zipped MP3 format.
- Rich text and image support for all documents.
- One premium Acapela voice of your choice free with the purchase of the app.
- 36 built-in iOS voices in 27 languages are also available for free.
- 200+ additional premium voices in 30 languages from Acapela, NeoSpeech and Ivona available through in-app purchases.
- Correct pronunciation with your own pronunciation dictionary.
- All voices work offline and play in the background even with the screen locked.
- Tee-up a list of articles and play while you drive, walk or run.
- Spoken word is highlighted to improve comprehension and retention.
- Auto-scrolling and full screen, distraction-free mode to help reader focus.
- Finger reading. For beginners to read by at running a finger under each word.
- Pac-Man. Harvard and MIT developed speed-reading method for everyone to read at 2x speed with no loss of comprehension.
- High contrast and large font size for low vision readers.
- Optimized for VoiceOver, Braille and switch control.
- Bookmarking, text highlighting and annotation. Highlights and notes can be exported.
- Full-text search.
- Built-in dictionary.
- Skip text in PDF header and footer.
- Native support for Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud Drive, Pocket, Instapaper and Evernote.
- Native access to Bookshare.
- Safari extension to save Web pages and Web addresses.
- Support for Box and OneDrive via iOS Document Picker.
- Your entire library, including folders, reading locations, bookmarks and annotations are synchronized across all your devices using iCloud Drive.
Current Version: 4.7.1 (December 12, 2018)
Changes in Version 4.7.0
Voice Dream Reader is now available on Apple Watch! You can now read while going for a walk with your earphones and Apple Watch.
This update also contains several refinements and bug fixes.
Please read "What's New 4.7.0" carefully to learn about the Watch App and other new features.
Recent News and Views
The AppleVis Community Names Weather Gods, FEER, Seeing AI, and Microsoft as its Golden Apples of 2018
By AppleVis | December 17, 2018
We are pleased to announce the winners of the seventh annual AppleVis Golden Apple Awards.
Since their launch in 2012, the AppleVis Golden Apple Awards have afforded blind and low vision users of Apple products the opportunity to recognize and acknowledge the hard work and dedication which developers have put into making and maintaining great and accessible applications over the given year. The response of past nominees and winners to this recognition from blind and low vision users shows how winning an AppleVis Golden Apple has become a tremendous honor.
Voting for the 2018 AppleVis Golden Apple Awards was held between December 8 and December 14, 2018. Voting was open to all blind and low vision users who are not employed by any of the shortlisted companies.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all the developers who were shortlisted for an award. Without exception, all of the shortlisted apps were worthy nominees - as demonstrated by the significant number of votes each received. All of the developers showed a strong commitment to improving the lives of blind and low vision users in 2018, and our appreciation for their efforts cannot be overstated.
- Apple Releases iOS 12.1.2 for iPhones with eSim and Other Bug Fixes
- Apple Releases iOS 12.1.1 With Bug Fixes and Minor Enhancements
- Apple Releases macOS Mojave 10.14.2, tvOS 12.1.1, HomePod 12.1.1 and an Update to the Shortcuts App
- Apple Releases watchOS 5.1.2; With New ECG App and Irregular Heart Rate Notifications for Apple Watch Users in the United States
Review of Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind
By Michael Feir | December 19, 2018
Years in the making, Six Ages is technically a prequel and spiritual successor to King of Dragon Pass. David Dunham produced, designed and programmed Six Ages. He Reassembled a number of people who worked on King of Dragon Pass in order to build on that game's wonderful legacy. Robin D. Laws was the head writer on the project. By his calculation, there are over nine novels worth of text packed into this game. Stan LePard took charge of sound and composed music for Six Ages as he also did for King of Dragon Pass. A number of the testers and quality control people were drawn from those who helped make King of Dragon Pass the marvel that it is. These people included Zachary Kline who helped make certain that the game was fully accessible to users of VoiceOver.
Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind, is the first in a planned series of six similar and related games taking your clan through ages of Gloranthan history. It seems as though these future games will be aded into the Six Ages app as they are ready. King of Dragon Pass is still a favourite game for me so I was very eager to get my hands on Six Ages when it was released in the Summer of 2018. It improves upon and surpasses King of Dragon Pass in many ways when it comes to accessibility. Blind people are treated to a specially crafted exploration system which eliminates the need to deal with the hex map. Contextual help is provided for all game screens. Also, textual descriptions are included for the many hand-drawn scene pictures and other art present in the game. These are still a work in progress with game updates incorporating more of these descriptions along with other game improvements.
This Month in Podcasts
Scan Your Bank Notes Quickly with the Cash Reader Tool for Blind
In this podcast, Thomas Domville shows us Cash Reader Tool for Blind. Cash Reader identifies banknote denomination for the largest number of currencies. Point your camera to the money in hand and hear, see or feel its value.
How does it work?
- Open the app and place the banknote in front of the camera, it's that simple!
- The banknote denomination is instantly read aloud via your device's speaker. In the same time, large contrasting characters will appear on the screen.
- On silent mode, the denomination will be transformed into vibrations. This feature helps you to quickly identify and count bills even in noisy environments or when privacy is needed.
Cash Reader Tool for Blind on the App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cash-reader-tool-for-blind/id1344802905?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D8
Go Dashing for Toys in The Great Toy Robbery 2.0 for Mac
In this podcast, Alex Hall shows us The Great Toy Robbery 2.0. Play as Naughty Mcnaughterson as you dash through Santa's workshop picking up toy after toy. But, it's not that easy. Use sounds to guide you as you collect toys while dodging security elves, and after enough time has elapsed, you'll have to deal with Santa himself.
LWorks - The Great Toy Robbery 2.02 on the Web: http://www.l-works.net/tgtr.php
AppleVis Unleashed December 2018: Breathe Deeply
In their end of year edition of AppleVis Unleashed, Thomas Domville, Randy Rusnak, and Mike Malarsie discuss recent Apple news; look back at the past year, and share what they are hoping to find under the Christmas tree. Topics featured in this podcast include:
- Apple Music coming to Echo smart speakers next month
- Apple Watch sees year-over-year growth of 54%
- Apple Releases iOS 12.1.2 with eSim and Other Bug Fixes
Highlights of 2018
- New USB Standard Aims to Make it Easier to Use Braille Displays Across Different Operating Systems and Hardware
- Introducing Club AppleVis; Offering Members and Friends of our Community a Means of Directly Supporting the Work of AppleVis
- AAPL hits $1 trillion market cap, Apple first publicly traded company to reach 13 digit valuation
- Apple Proposes New Accessibility Emojis; Including a Guide Dog, a Hearing Aid and People Using White Canes
- The AppleVis Community Inducts Seeing AI and Weather Gods into its iOS App Hall of Fame
- Upcoming Twitter Changes to Disable Key Features in Third-Party Apps
- Apple Releases iOS 12; Bringing New and Enhanced Features and Performance Improvements
- Apple HomePod to Launch in United States, UK and Australia on February 9, Available to Pre-Order this Friday
- Everything Apple announced at its September 12 'Gather Round' event
- All About the New Macs and iPads from Apple's October 30th Event
- How Apple is transforming from a hardware company to a services and media company
- The AppleVis Community Names Weather Gods, FEER, Seeing AI, and Microsoft as its Golden Apples of 2018
Christmas Wish List
- 6 QT Power Air Fryer Oven Elite - 10 In 1 Cooking Features with Professional Dehydrator and Rotisserie
- iRobot - Roomba 675
- Echo Dot (3rd Gen)
- Eltrinex V12Pro - digital voice recorder for visually impaired users
- Micro-Speak Plus Talking Digital Voice Recorder
- Sonos Sub - Wireless Subwoofer
- Tile Mate
The Unleashed Team would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for tuning in during 2018, and to wish you a happy and prosperous New Year.
How to Control the Various Volume Levels in iOS
In this podcast, Thomas Domville shows us How to control the various volume levels in iOS.
How to Turn Off 3D Touch and Why You Might Want To
In this podcast, Thomas Domville shows us How to turn off 3D Touch and why you might want to.
Start Sweeping for Mines in Minesweeper Deluxe for iOS
In this podcast, Thomas Domville shows us Minesweeper Deluxe. This version of Minesweeper just gets harder and harder. More mines and bigger minefields. Set / Remove a flag by long pressing a square. Tap on a known square to scroll the minefield. How many levels can you clear?
Minesweeper Deluxe on the App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/minesweeper-deluxe/id1444072641?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D8
A complete list of all podcasts posted to the AppleVis website can be found at www.applevis.com/podcasts
Club AppleVis offers members and friends of our community a means of directly contributing towards the financial costs of operating AppleVis—thus ensuring that we can continue to deliver the information, help, and support that so many people have come to value and rely on over the past 8 years.
To learn more about Club AppleVis; the perks of membership; and how you can join, please visit www.applevis.com/club-applevis
We would like to take this opportunity to wish you a happy and prosperous New Year.
The AppleVis Editorial Team