Post Date: Tuesday, March 28, 2017

In this podcast, Joseph Weakland provides a brief demonstration of Blindfold Feud, one of many games in the Blindfold Games series.

Post Date: Tuesday, May 2, 2017

In this podcast, Joseph Weakland gives us a demonstration of Blindfold Sound Search for iOS, yet another title in the Blindfold Games series .

Post Date: Friday, April 7, 2017

In this podcast, William Lomas demonstrates Crafting Kingdom, an iOS game that has recently become popular among many in the blind community.

The following description is quoted from the app store:

Every empire starts small!

Post Date: Tuesday, January 8, 2013
IN this podcast, AnonyMouse gives us a walk-through of an app for radio dramas from Yesteryear. Vintage Radio lite is an app available for free in the App Store. ALong with a demo of the app, we learn about the differences between the free and paid versions. For those radio enthusiasts, can you name the show in the intro? Tune in and find out.
Post Date: Monday, January 11, 2016

In this podcast, Scott Davert walks us through the Dropbox app for iOS and demonstrates many of its features. The app and service are free, and it is a powerful solution to help bridge the gap between iOS devices and those devices on other platforms.

Post Date: Sunday, December 20, 2020

In this podcasts, Thomas Domville gives us an in-depth run through of unboxing and his thoughts on the Apple AirPods Max.

Post Date: Sunday, October 16, 2016

In this Podcast, Scott Davert compares Amazon's new music service, Amazon Music Unlimited, with Apple Music. Specifically, Scott covers using both services with their virtual voice assistants: Alexa ans Siri. At the time of posting, Amazon Music Unlimited is only available in the US, but Amazon indicates that it will be available in the UK and Germany before the end of 2016.

Post Date: Tuesday, July 21, 2015

IN this podcast, Sandra demonstrates the basic features of BlindSquare and takes us for a short bus ride in London to show off what the app does while in a moving vehicle. Simulation mode, the ability to export what you're doing to 3rd party apps, and several other topics are covered. BlindSquare is a <a href="…; $29.95 purchase from the iTunes App Store</a>

Post Date: Tuesday, August 28, 2018

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:

Post Date: Saturday, February 27, 2016

In this podcast, Jonathan Mosen gives us An Overview of Tweetings for iPhone and iPod Touch.

While there are too many features of the client to cover in one podcast, this demonstration and explanation of Tweetings should be more than sufficient to get the user up and running successfully.

Post Date: Thursday, December 29, 2016

In this podcast, David Woodbridge introduces us to the recently released Apple AirPods. He tells us what we will find in the box; gives us a physical description of the AirPods and their charging case; and then talks us through his experience of using them with an iPhone, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV.

For those unfamiliar with the Apple AirPods, this is how they are described by Apple:

Post Date: Thursday, March 29, 2018

In February 2018, Apple launched the HomePod, it's long awaited entry into the smart home speaker market. Just over a month later, Dave Nason is joined by Allison Hartley and Serina Gilbert to discuss their experiences with the device. Now that the dust has settled and the initial excitement of receiving a new device has calmed, how has HomePod settled into their day to day lives, and would they recommend it?

Post Date: Monday, April 29, 2019

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:

Post Date: Sunday, June 30, 2019

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:

Post Date: Tuesday, January 27, 2015

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.

Post Date: Friday, May 31, 2019
In this podcast, Thomas Domville shows us the Tank Battle Endless Gunner for iOS. Blow up or ram your way through wave after wave of enemies. Keep enough of fuel,armour and weapons to keep fighting on. ‎Tank Battle Endless Gunner on the App Store:
Post Date: Monday, November 6, 2017

In this podcast, Thomas Domville introduces us to Just Press Record, a paid app which is the ultimate mobile audio recorder bringing one tap recording, transcription and iCloud syncing to all your devices.

Life is full of moments we would rather not forget - like your child’s first words, an important meeting or spontaneous idea. Capture these moments effortlessly on iPhone, iPad or for ultimate convenience, Apple Watch.

Just Press Record on the App Store

Post Date: Monday, August 17, 2020

Join as Thomas Domville demonstrates the Doing it Right game for iOS. Doing it Right is an audio puzzle with brain-busting challenge. Test your hearing and logic.
Follow the sound instructions and win the game. With each chapter and level instructions will become more difficult and mental discomfort stronger. Try to test yourself. It is harder than it seems at first sight.

‎Doing It Right on the App Store:

Post Date: Saturday, June 16, 2012

In the first of two podcasts devoted to color recognition apps, AnonyMouse gives us a walk-through and demonstration of ColorVisor. This iOS app is probably the most feature-packed app in this category. But, like all others, there are a number of factors that you need to consider if you are to get the best results. AnonyMouse highlights the inherent weaknesses of color recognition apps, and offers a few suggestions for getting the best and most reliable results.

Post Date: Tuesday, June 19, 2012

In the second of two podcasts dedicated to color recognition apps, AnonyMouse gives us a walk-through and demonstration of ColoredEye. This iOS app uses the camera on your iDevice to deliver real-time color recognition.

One neat feature of this app is that it allows you to switch between three color databases: