In this episode of AppleVis Extra, Thomas Domville talks with Jianfeng Wu about VoiceVista, an iOS app that is essential for the blind and low vision community.
VoiceVista is based on Microsoft’s discontinued and open-source project Soundscape and is licensed under the MIT License. The app uses cutting-edge iOS audio technology and precise location services to help people develop a greater awareness of their surroundings, providing comfort in unfamiliar spaces, and supporting individuals in creating mental maps and making personal route choices.
VoiceVista is available for download on the App Store and can be used on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The app has received positive reviews from users, with many praising its accessibility features and ease of use.
The developer of VoiceVista, Jianfeng Wu, has done an outstanding job in creating this app and has made a significant contribution to the blind and low vision community. Jianfeng is also actively seeking feedback from users to help improve the app.
Voice Vista on the App Store