In this demo, I give you a physical description and run through of the Ember Ceramic Mug and its associated Ember iOS app.
The mug was purchased from the Apple Online Store for $129 Australian, and for me, its just a nice way of keeping a cup of coffee hot from the top to the bottom of teh mug smile.
In this demo, I show you how to code once again using the Dash Template within Swift Playgrounds on the iPad on getting Dash to play various sounds and to have a bit of fun with moving Dash and making sounds.
Celebrating 10 years of VoiceOver on the iPhone since the iPhone 3GS.
Enjoy this demo produced for Vision Australia customers on the then AT Tech Page for people to download and learn how to use tech.
This demo was the first in a 26 or so demo series on learning how to use the iPhone 3GS with VoiceOver in September 2009 after VoiceOver was announced on the iPhone at the WWDC 2009 June 19 conference.
In this demo I show you how to use the Dash Template that you can get from within the Swift Playgrounds app for searching for Wonder Workshop.
In this demo, I take you through the move forward, move left, move right, and move backward commands.
physical description and demo of the Bose Frames Alto Sunglasses.
By the way, the iPhone I was using to record using the Bose Frames on my other iPhone was about 30cm or 12 inch's away from where I was sitting, so as you can tell, you can hear sound bleed from the glasses.
In this demo, I discuss how you can use Dash to learn coding via Swift Playgrounds using the developer Playgrounds (Wonder Workshop), in particular Dash Template and Dash Book.
I then give you a run through of how Dash is put together, and how you turn him on.
Note - none of the Wonder Workshop apps are accessible so if you are a VoiceOver user and you want to learn how to code or teach your children how to code with VoiceOver support, then it will be the iPad, Swift Playgrounds, and the...
These are my notes on using both watch's with their respective screen readers.
These notes have come out of the recent podcasts on the Galaxy Watch, and me actually using both watch's over the last 4 weeks or so at the same time smile.
As it says in the title, these notes were produced using Add to iTunes as spoken Text using the Alex speech.
Hope you find it useful.
In this demo, I take you through adjusting the Ring, Accessibility (Voice Assistant), Media, Notification, and System volumes for the Galaxy Watch via the Galaxy wearable app running on my Samsung Galaxy S10.
Note - the Sound setting on the Galaxy Watch itself is only for the Ringer volume (or at least as far as I could find out).
In this demo, I take you through the very straight forward process of pairing a Bluetooth device to the Galaxy Watch.
In the demo, I use my TP Link Music device which allows me to plug a speaker in to the Bluetooth receiver.
In this demo, I show you how to adjust Recent App time out display from 20 seconds, 2 minutes or 1 hour which is what I have it on.
One of the main reasons why I use this function is to get around the "can't use this app whilst using Voice Assistant" as whilst one of these apps is running (which I can launch via Bixby avoiding the crappy accessibility watch dog msg), the app is there when I want to use it and don't have to use Bixby.
As in the demo, I use the Timer app this way all the...
As with the iPhone and the Apple watch, this is a useful function to track down where you have put your phone or watch by playing a sound to locate it.
I did not demo either the Location or Security features in this demo.