I'd like to begin a discussion regarding the RNIB Navigator app that [an AppleVis user] put on the app part of applevis yesterday. I understand that the RNIB are not making any money from putting their name to it but I cannot understand for the life of me why the British national organisation for blind and partially sighted people would seem to be endorsing an app that charges £2.99 a month to support navigation for people that they claim to support? I am in favour of technology that supports blind and partially sighted people to make their lives better and have purchased apps like Blind Square, Google Maps and Navigon to do this but at a one-off price. However, to have a constant subscription to pay for however long you want or need this app and for statistics in the UK that suggest around 50 percent of blind and partially sighted people are unemployed, I cannot see the sense of it. I'd much rather see the RNIB supporting an app that works for blind and partially sighted people and partly funded by them with a reduced one-off cost that most people can afford and thus giving people the choice of gaining some equality here. Discuss?