Hi, I'm a developer putting finishing touches to an application called "Clock in the Dark"
It's an app to set timers and alarms aimed for people with low vision or blindness. It does not use VoiceOver much, but instead is more like Siri, obeying voice commands. User interface consists currently of only one button.
Voice recognition accuracy is one question mark. It has a preference for US English, but does understand me well enough to be useful and I'm Finnish, although my English is pretty good.
Some of the current features are
- it does not require network
- it should work on older iphones and iPads. (iOS 5.1 required)
- managing alarms should be easier than with Siri
- limited vocabulary
I recorded a sample dialog with it, (edited slightly, cutting out some silence, noise removal, etc). It is available here: http://mpaja.com/download/CITD-sample-dialog.mp3
If you would like to test it and contribute suggestions, send me email at harri at mpaja.com with your email address.
I'm planning to use Testflight, https://testflightapp.com/ to manage the testing, unfortunately I don't know how accessible that site is.