NowNav is a navigation and orientation aid for the blind and visually impaired. It provides turn-by-turn directions and information about your surroundings.
SimpleMic is an audio recorder for iOS devices. Now featuring iCloud Drive sync, it has never been easier to collect all your audio on all Apple devices.
Nature space is the perfect tool for help with sleeping, relaxing, studying, focus, PTSD, claustrophobia, traveling, meditating, or any time you need to change your thought patterns. Get in touch with the natural world and understand yourself better. It's that simple.
Netflix is the world’s leading subscription service for watching TV episodes and movies on your phone. This Netflix app delivers content anywhere, anytime.
Whatsapp is the most widely used Messaging application in the world. With over 700 million users and its simple interface, it is the benchmark that many other messaging apps have tried to replicate.
It was announced in September last year that Apple would be releasing a ‘smart watch’ and now after months of anticipation the Apple Watch is available for sale.
The watch enables users to do everything from phone calls and text messaging, to paying for your shopping using Apple Pay and navigating using maps.
With the models ranging from £479 all the way up to a staggering £13,500, how accessible is the Apple Watch for blind and partially sighted users?
Ever wished you could talk to a large group of people at once, such as work colleagues or friends? Zello is the application that can help!
Travelling made easy. Traveline allows you to plan journeys anywhere in Great Britain, and lets you explore them in detail. More than 40 towns and cities are currently covered, and more are being added.
Have you ever been in the situation that you needed help/ sighted assistance right now and didn’t know where to turn for help? This might be a solution for you!
In the good old days, everyone, including visually impaired people, would have probably controlled their heating and hot water systems using a mechanical timer many of which were adapted or modified by RNIB, by way of adding tactile markings which could be used by blind and partially sighted people to set the on and off markers.