Visual impairment iOS Apps
Aira is a free service that connects you to real people instantly to simplify daily life.
Auslan Storytime is aimed at children who sign or are learning to sign who enjoy having stories told to them in Auslan.
Be My Eyes – Helping the blind
Need a pair of sharp eyes? Or have some sight to lend? Be My Eyes is a simple, free tool to see the world better, together.
BeSpecular is the best way to do a good deed so that even when you have a busy schedule, you can help someone who’s blind.
Turn your iPhone/iPad into a state-of-the-art magnifying glass! BigMagnify is the most advanced magnifying glass app available, offering cutting-edge features while being simple to use.
“BlindSquare is pioneering accessible navigation both indoors and outdoors. Know where you are, know where you're going, travel with confidence.”
CamFind - powered by CloudSight.ai Image Recognition API Search the Physical World™ CamFind, the world's first successful mobile visual search engine, allows you to search for anything on your mobile device just by taking a picture.
ColoredEye will identify the colors from your camera in real-time! Or you have option to identify colors within a saved photo.
Envision is the fastest, most reliable and award-winning OCR app that speaks out the visual world, helping blind and visually impaired users to lead more independent lives.
Eye-D is here to assit the visually imapired in independent living by helping them evaluate the world around them with help of their smartphone.
EyeNote is a mobile device application to denominate Federal Reserve Notes (U.S. paper currency) as an aid for the blind or visually impaired to increase accessibility.
HIMS Chat is an application designed to facilitate face-to-face communication between a Deaf-Blind person and a sighted person via Bluetooth connectivity between an iPhone, iPod, or iPad, and a HIMS Braille Sense notetaker (Braille Sense U2, Braille Sense U2 QWERTY, Braille Sense OnHand) or Braille EDGE 40.
Light Detector transforms any natural or artificial light source it encounters into sound. Light Detector is easy to use! Just run the application and point your iPhone camera in any direction. You will hear a higher or lower sound depending on the intensity of the light.
RIDBC Auslan Tutor Key Signs
Learn how to communicate 150 common Auslan signs, like “please,” “thanks,” and “how are you?” Each sign is clearly presented, with a photo of the handshape used to form the sign and a video clip demonstrating how the sign is produced.
Now scans QR codes, barcodes, documents and puzzles.
TapTapSee is designed to help the blind and visually impaired identify objects they encounter in their everyday lives.
VO Calendar is a weekly calendar specifically designed to be used with VoiceOver. Note: Can only be used together with VoiceOver (for blind and partially sighted people).
VO Starter is the first app to offer blind and visually impaired iOS users training on the built in screen reader, VoiceOver.