[access-uk] Re: How would you use your mobile if you could?

It would really help if you had the numbers for the stops you need already stored in your phone. With the new improved Internet support in Talks 3 for 3rd edition phones I reckon it wouldn't take that long. I can really move round the web on this phone, its like having a minny Jaws! The jump to heading and form field features are great and it reads much more than before.


At 21:38 14/05/2008, you wrote:
Hi Steve,

You do have a point in what you say, but suppose a person wanted to be independent and access the data while they were out, could they do it quickly with a phone?

at present I would guess that the answer to my above question is possibly No, however if there was a way that Talks could be used with another application, maybe Wayfinder Access, to allow visually impaired people to access the numbers while they were out, then they would be able to be more independent. That's all I'm suggesting. Maybe it won't work, but it was worth a thought.

  Alexander Shannon
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