Is there going to be a version for Android, or will you incorporate all this
cool stuff into Supersense? Sense is not bad, but I don’t think it’s quite
there for a reading experience yet, is it? For beginners anyway. I love
Supersense personally, and have given feedback to your colleague Emre.
Keep up the good work.
All the best
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of Daghan
Sent: 16 March 2020 17:58
Subject: [access-uk] A simpler scanner and reading app
I am Daghan, the product manager of Mediate which developed the Supersense app
helping the blind to locate objects in the environment.
Many users asked us to offer scanning and reading features. We heard from many
people that there is a need for simpler, faster, friendlier, more accurate, and
more comprehensive scanning apps that everyone can use. In the last few months,
I talked to more than 100 people and conducted in-person testing with at least
20 people so that we can offer the simplest and smartest scanning and reading
app to this community.
We finally have a beta version of our new app, Super Read, available on the App
Store. You can access it here: <http://bit.ly/superread1>
Super Read can scan and read any type of physical document with enhanced
accuracy. It has a Smart Scanning mode that automatically detects the type of
document so you don’t need to waste time to navigate menus.
Super Read will also guide you on how to point the camera to have the most
accurate results. It will allow you to explore and share the scanned text to
In the coming months, we will continue developing our app with new features
such as handwriting, currency, and barcode reading.
I want to develop the most accessible, the most useful scanning and reading app
for this community. I would appreciate any feedback you can provide.
Product & Operations Manager