[access-uk] Re: Four apps for iPod Touch/iPhone to recommend

Thanks David, I've found them all. Did you buy yours online or did you call Apple and had you had any experience of this before you bought it?


Just wondering if I'm daring enough to buy it online or not.

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Carol P
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From: "David" <n.weston42@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Wednesday, January 19, 2011 1:36 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Four apps for iPod Touch/iPhone to
recommend

Hi Carol,

If you want more in-depth info about apple products. In
your search engine i.e. google and in edit type Apple the
first one that comes up on the list will be the apple UK
site. That is where I got all my information from, and
now I have an apple ipod touch, and it is great!!!

David Weston.

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From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Carol
Pearson
Sent: 18 January 2011 15:47
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Subject: [access-uk] Re: Four apps for iPod Touch/iPhone
to recommend


Jackie,

I never realised you could do so much with the Ipod
Touch.  I hadn't thought
about it going online, though I should, knowing that
Apples stuff works with
ITunes, and I certainly hadn't thought about it being
able to run these other apps.

Very interesting, for sure!

So, does anyone know if all apps work across the board on
their equipment?
Just interested in how things work.  ...

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Carol P


---- Original Message ----
From: "Jackie Cairns" <jackie.cairnsplace@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2011 10:21 AM
Subject: [access-uk] Four apps for iPod Touch/iPhone to
recommend

My Apple keyboard arrived yesterday, and pairing it with
my iPod Touch was extremely straightforward.  So I
decided to visit the App Store and, for 59p each, I
bought four applications that work with VoiceOver.  They
are the World Fact Book 2011, a dictionary and
thesaurus, Tune In Radio and, probably my favourite,
Birds of Britain.  The latter is an amazing little
program if you love bird sound and details.  Not only
can you play the song, but you can listen to VoiceOver
provide a description of their size, colour, family,
time of year
etc.  There is also a favourites button to use where you
can add a library of your favourite birds to it.

Tune In Radio is great.  Similarly, there is a bookmark
facility where

you can make a list of the stations you wish to add.
Because I love tennis, and the Australian Open is on at
the moment, I have great difficulty getting it on DAB as
we have such a diabolical signal in these parts.  So
when I tuned in using the Sonata at 8.00 this morning, a
message said that restricted rights prevented
coverage.  I find this often happens at weekends when
football matches are in progress too.  So I tuned my iPod
to Sports Extra and, low and behold, got the tennis on
live.

All the above apps work with VoiceOver.  I don't use my
keyboard for everything, mainly when I get into tricky
areas that need a bit of typing. Mostly, I use my
fingers and have got used to doing so now.

Just thought I'd pass on the info.

Kind Regards,

Jackie Cairns
J&M Work-Ability

jandm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
www.work-ability.co.uk

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