on apps built specifically for accessibility needs.
The MobiHelper app lets the user access functions on their device without touching the screen. The app uses the front camera to track the movement of the user’s face and can control an on-screen pointer to tap or press any element on a screen.
The Seeing Al app uses artificial intelligence to turn the visual world into an audible experience. Simply hold up your device and Seeing Al will give you short descriptions about everything around you.
Video Relay Service (VRS) helps people who use sign language to communicate with voice telephone users.
Sign language users can access VRS through an app on their computer, tablet or smartphone using a high-speed Internet connection. When they place their call, an interpreter appears on the device’s screen. The operator then places a voice telephone call and relays the conversation.
The sign language user can sign to the interpreter, who speaks the message to the recipient. When the recipient responds, the interpreter relays the message back in ASL or LSQ.
- Data charges will apply if you download the app outside of a Wi-Fi area.
- BlindSquare is compatible with devices running iOS 9.0 and higher with an active Bell Mobility SIM card.