We go over anchor, an for android interesting way to engage with the listening audience. We call into station do shout outs, and more. We even have issues with some features that just rolled out at the time of this recording. Sorry about the clipping. I’m not used to this mic I have. It’s way more powerful than I thought it was going to be.
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We take a look at twitterrific for mac
I take a look at the following:
- menu bar
I also show the issues with twitterrific for mac. They do exist. I also suggest disabling buttons such as like and reply in the table itself.
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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
- Tapping the change log for getting rid of the change log for changes itself is not obvious.
- 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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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
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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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
- Rating an app. The user can rate apps based on the accessibility of talkback and shine plus
- Importing labels into talkback. The user can import custom label packages using the buttons provided. I did swarm as an example.
- Exporting labels into blindo. This is not as intuitive as it should be but it can be done.
I take a look at [reverb](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/reverb-for-amazon-alexa/id1144695621?mt=8) an iOs app that will let you use most of what alexa has to offer, except for music. The app is somewhat easy to use but I had trouble in the alexa app itself toward the end of the podcast.
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Having trouble opening that file a user sent you? Here is 1 of probably many solutions. I actually want to hear more of them as this might be more common than we think.
Join me for this episode where I present only 1 of as stated many solutions to this issue.
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I go over threema a low cost, high quality app for iOs and android.. Thanks to all who helped me in this review. All of you rock and you know who you are.
#what is this?
Threema is a low cost high quality chat app for text, voice, media, photos video etc. It is 100 percent accessible with voiceover, and the developers are very good with feedback. I have spoken with them regarding some design changes and they seem as though they want to do said changes.
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I look at the apple watch workout app. I’m using watch os 3 in this case. I take you through the main interface and start a workout. I also take you through what happens when I end a workout. I do not take you through said workout.
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