Jun 8, 2018
On this episode of the #iACast, Michael, Aleeha, Scott, Aaron, and Jason discuss the importance of dealing with and adapting to changes in technology. We also discuss Apple and Microsoft Teaming up to help create new standards for Braille Displays, and the release of iOS 11.4 with AirPlay 2. Our featured ad is an app called Current City. This app makes it much easier to keep track of different cities you may pass through on your travels. Current City will be available on the iOS App Store soon. If you wish to beta test Current City, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that you will need the Test Flight app installed on your device to test beta applications. Allison's pick for the week is Voice Dream Reader, a really great iOS app for reading books and other types of documents. Aaron's pick is the Sunu Band.The Sunu Band is a smart-band enabling you to travel with confidence. Using sonar, the band will detect objects up to 16 feet (5.5 meters) away. Hhaptic vibrations indicate your distance from obstacles. Use the promo code lp to save 10% when you order. Scott's pick is the Speedtest app by Ookla. This app is great for troubleshooting your internet connection, or just to see how fast your internet can go. Jason's pick is a really fun flight simulation game called Eurofly. You can easily find it by visiting the AudioGames.net webpage. Aleeha's pick is BeatStar, a Boppit style audiogame you can also find over at audio games.net. Michael's pick is the Current City app, arriving soon on the iOS App Store. If you'd like to get in touch with us, you can find us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Tumblr, and all over the web. You can also email email@example.com. Finally, if you'd like to support our work, you can visit our patreon page. Every donation we receive helps us to continue providing you with the great content you've come to know and love. If you have trouble with the site, you can download the Patreon app to your device, which can be a more accessible experience. Speaking of apps, why not check out the iAccessibility app for iOS. It's a really easy way to find and listen to all of our content. An Android app is coming soon.