In this Walk-through, T Dog gives us a brief demonstration of Mine Racer for Mac available from 2MB Solutions. You can play a free demo of the game, and purchase a fully-functional copy for $5 U.S.
In this podcast, Alex Hall takes a look at the Chess application which comes preloaded on all Mac computers. This is a companion to his guide to the Chess app.
You can use the Chess application to play chess against the computer or another person, or watch the computer play against itself. You can choose the level of difficulty for each game, get hints from the computer, and make moves using spoken commands.
In this podcast, Majid gives us a demonstration of Eclipse, an integrated development environment (IDE).
The Eclipse platform which provides the foundation for the Eclipse IDE is written in Java and is designed to be extensible using additional plugins. It can be used to develop rich client applications, integrated development environments and other tools. Eclipse can be used as an IDE for any programming language for which a plug-in is available.
In this podcast Piotr Machacz gives us a demonstration of Dark Defender, a free Mac game inspired by an old arcade game in which fleets of alien abductors are slowly invading planetoids inhabited by humans. Your task is to clear as many planetoids as you can of alien abductors and kill as many of their motherships as possible.
To help start off a new school year, Tyler Stephen gives us a podcast covering some of the aspects of Pages for Mac for VoiceOver users.
For information about more advanced formatting functions in Pages, the following additional guides may be helpful:
In this podcast, Alex Hall gives us an introduction to using the macOS Calendar with VoiceOver.
In this podcast, Alex Hall gives us an introductory overview of YoruFukurou (also known by its translated name of NightOwl), a powerful Twitter client for Mac OS X. With a relatively simple and accessible interface and lots of keyboard shortcuts, YoruFukurou is probably the most popular Twitter client amongst VoiceOver users. Alex has also posted a text guide to this app.
In this podcast, Tyler Stephen shows us an overview of some of the new features in MacOS Big Sur.
In this episode of the AppleVis Extra, Dave Nason is joined by Scott Davert, Tyler Stephen and Club AppleVis Member Tate Luck to talk about Apple's service oriented March 25 event, titled "It's Showtime". At the event, Apple unveiled updates to the Apple News and TV apps, alongside new subscription services called Apple News+ and Apple TV+.
In this month's edition of AppleVis Unleashed, Thomas Domville, Randy Rusnakk and Mike Malarsie get together to talk about recent Apple news and topics of interest.
Topics featured in this podcast include:
In this month's edition of AppleVis Unleashed, Thomas Domville, Randy Rusnak, and Mike Malarsie discuss recent Apple news and other topics of interest. Topics featured in this podcast include:
In this podcast, Alex Hall demonstrates the use of Audio Hijack. This Mac app allows you to record audio from individual apps, the entire system, or any internal or external microphones you have. Better still, it can mix them together, apply effects, adjust volumes, live monitor, and more. If you do podcasts or anything else that requires recording more than one audio source at once, you can't go wrong with this app.
- Display of the charge state in the Dock: This is useful if you cannot or do not like to use the display in the menubar of Mac OS X, e.g.
In this podcast, Khalfan Bin Dhaher introduces us to Audio Rally Racing, the much-anticipated new game from TiconBlu.
This game lets you choose between 11 cars and 50 different circuits; and single race or tournament mode.
In this podcast, David Woodbridge gives us a demonstration of ChangeReaction, Draconis Entertainment's classic audio puzzle game which is now available on OS X with new audio, three entirely different modes of game play and a host of other new features.
In this podcast, Alex Hall demonstrates the Home app on MacOS. The Home App is new in macOS 10.14 Mojave.