looking at anchor 3.0 on android

I take a look at anchor 3.0 for android. There are some accessibility issues but they can be gotten around. I would like to thank [jessie from jessie’s blog]((jessiepp.com) for helping me with this podcast.

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Let’s do some youtubeing on android, shall we?

I take a look at youtube for android. This is an all in one solution for watching videos that offers the ability to be subscribed to channels, share videos etc. I even go over uploading to youtube using an external file manager for android I have called total commander. The program is about 90 percent accessible. I love it. I can even see the progress as my video is uploading and being processed.

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let’s talk about the moto z2 force

the following was recorded in conjunction with jessie’s audio blog

We take a brief look at some of the functions of the moto 2z force. This is a phone with 4 gigs of ram, 8 cores and a lot of power for its price, at the time of this recording on sale at tmobile for about $500, normally about $750 with out taxes. Sit back and enjoy the ride.

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let’s view changes in android apps using an easier interface

In this episode we take a look at changes an app that will le tyou view the change log for any app you have on your android phone. There are some minor issues

  1. Tapping the change log for getting rid of the change log for changes itself is not obvious.
  2. There is an unlabeled checkbox when you enter a change log for an app you have on your device.

Over all the app is pretty well designed and very useful if you want to just view change logs for apps or even open the app itself.

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Let’s schedule appointments with android’s google calendar

I take a look at google’s calendar for android. I am noticing that people are having issues with that. As a beginner I feel I can help out with those. I’m demoing the google calendar on an LG G6 running android n at the time of this recording

Let’s look at the hooke verse for the very first time.

I take a look at the hooke audio headphones and the companion android app I go over what’s in the box, then pairing the device and you get to hear recordings of what it sounds like right from the app.

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Let’s rate and share talkback labels with blindo

I take a look at blindo an android app that allows you to share and import talkback labels for a lot of apps. The list is growing every day so take a look

##what’s in the podcast
I take a look at the following items

  1. Rating an app. The user can rate apps based on the accessibility of talkback and shine plus
  2. Importing labels into talkback. The user can import custom label packages using the buttons provided. I did swarm as an example.
  3. Exporting labels into blindo. This is not as intuitive as it should be but it can be done.