[access-uk] New: Twenty-six Useful Apps for Blind iPhone Users

From: "Tony Grima" <agrima@xxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2011 09:57:54 -0400

Twenty-six Useful Apps for Blind iPhone Users
by Peter Cantisani
In braille, eBraille, DAISY and Word formats, $9.00

If you loved our Getting Started with the iPhone book, you'll want to order
this dandy listing of 26 of the most useful iPhone apps for blind users,
written by Peter Cantisani. Did you know you can use an iPhone to take your
blood pressure, dictate emails and Tweets, listen to turn-by-turn walking or
driving directions, record the budding musician in you, and so much more? If
you have, or are thinking about getting, an iPhone, order this booklet!

Order 26 Useful Apps... at:
http://www.nbp.org/ic/nbp/APPS.html

And if you haven't yet, it's time to get started with the iPhone!
http://www.nbp.org/ic/nbp/IPHONE.html


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Colin Howard living in Park gate near Swanwick, 
a village in the southern English county of Hampshire 
where Britain's national air traffic control centre is now 
based, notes no matter whether 
summer or winter, often, we are the warmest place 
in the UK according to stats given out on the late 
night BBC Radio 4 weather forecast, when Lee-on-Solent, 
Gosport,  is frequently sited and as we are only a few 
miles west, we enjoy the clement conditions also.
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