In this quick tip podcast, Tyler demonstrates how to create and use text replacements, short snippets of text which are substituted with frequently used words or phrases when typed, and which synchronise across all your Apple devices.
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Teach Vision Impaired Youngsters VoiceOver Rotor Skills and Concepts with the Ballyland Rotor appIn this podcast, Kushal Solanki gives us a walkthrough and demonstration of Ballyland Rotor, an iOS app that utilizes stories, sounds, and songs to teach youngsters how to use the VoiceOver rotor.From the App Store:“Ballyland Rotor” is the sequel to the popular and acclaimed “Ballyland Magic” app. It is a fun iPad game specifically designed for children who are blind or have low vision. With a variety of stories, sounds and songs, it is both highly entertaining and educational, teaching the concept and gestures for the ‘Rotor’ in VoiceOver, Apple’s built-in screen reader for iOS Devices. In the app, Ballicopter, the little red helicopter, embarks on an amazing flight through Ballyland, and the Rotor gesture is used to change the unfolding of his engaging adventure. Ballyland Rotor not only supports children’s understanding of the concept of selecting options and settings by way of the Rotor: it also offers them a safe platform to explore and practice the different ways the Rotor gesture can be performed.
Teach Vision Impaired Youngsters VoiceOver Skills and Concepts with the Ballyland Magic Plus appIn this podcast, Kushal Solanki gives us a walkthrough and demonstration of Ballyland Magic Plus, and iOS app that utilizes games to teach youngsters how to use VoiceOver.From the App Store:Join thousands of educators around the world and give your blind or visually impaired students a head-start in using an iPad. Ballyland Magic “Plus”, like the original Ballyland Magic app, teaches young students essential skills and concepts for VoiceOver accessibility, Apple’s built-in screen reader, while they are playing a fun game! Completely re-engineered, Ballyland Magic Plus offers additional features and even more learning, as well as improved interaction. The gestures incorporated in this app are: finger drag, split-tap, double tap, single finger flick right/left, and three-finger flick right/left. The popular Tap-tap song motivates even reluctant learners to successfully master the important ‘double tap’, tapping along with the rhythm. In line with the story of the cute Ballylanders who practice their ‘magic’ tricks, your student gradually builds ‘magic’ VoiceOver finger gesture skills, leading up to the Grand Finale: the Magic Show will only go ahead if the student takes charge and effectively performs the practiced gestures – a great way for you to assess a student’s progress!
AppleVis Unleashed November 2021: Turkey TrottingIn this month's edition of AppleVis Unleashed, Thomas Domville, Randy Rusnak, and Mike Malarsie discuss recent Apple news and other topics of interest. Topics featured in this podcast include:Lions and Tigers and Bears, oh my! So Many iOS UpdatesApple will allow customers to repair iPhones and Macs in 2022Apple Expands AirPods Pro Crackling or Static Sound Service ProgramThe AirPods Pro's Latest Update is Essential for Folks with Mild Hearing ChallengesNew Apple's AppStore Changes You Need to KnowQuick Summary Results of Q4 Apple's Earning ReportWhat's in this month AppleVis NewsBeyond Apple NewsLinks:Here are the Full Release Notes for iOS 15.1iOS 15.1.1 fixes dropped calls on recent iPhonesApple Releases watchOS 8.1.1 to Fix Apple Watch Series 7 Charging ProblemApple releases iOS 14.8.1 and iPadOS 14.8.1 with important security updatesiOS 15.2: Everything you should know about Apple's new betaApple will allow customers to repair iPhones and Macs in 2022Apple Expands AirPods Pro Crackling or Static Sound Service Program by Another YearThe AirPods Pro’s latest update is essential for folks with mild hearing challengesApple announces App Store changes in wake of Epic Games rulingNotes of interest from Apple's Q4 2021 and annual earnings reportGoodMaps OutdoorsAmazon event recap — Astro robot, Echo Show 15, Amazon Glow, Halo View and moreYou can email the Unleashed team with feedback or questions at [email protected], you can leave a voice message for the team by calling 1-816-774-1668 (note that this is a United States number, so call charges may apply depending upon your call plan and location).
How to Enable Dolby Atmos Spatial Audio and Apple Lossless on HomePodIn this podcast Thomas Domville will take you step-by-step of how to enable Dolby Atmos Spatial Audio and Apple Lossless on HomePod in iOS. You will be able to enjoy a more immersive audio experience with Dolby Atmos Spatial Audio, and enabling Apple Lossless, will give you a higher quality music track. Note: Dolby Atmos spatial audio feature, is officially available only with the full-size HomePod.
Quick Tip: Creating and Using Text Replacements to Save KeystrokesIn this quick tip podcast, Tyler demonstrates how to create and use text replacements, short snippets of text which are substituted with frequently used words or phrases when typed, and which synchronise across all your Apple devices.For more information, see:Replace text and punctuation in documents on MacSave keystrokes with text replacements on iPhone
How to Add Recovery Contact for Recovery Assistance on iOSDid you know that an account recovery contact can help make sure that you always have access to your account, even if you forgot your Apple ID password or device passcode? Learn how to set up a recovery contact on this podcast as Thomas Domville shows us how to add Recovery Contact for Recovery Assistance on iOS.
How to Get Notified If You Leave an AirTag or Apple Device Behind on iOSIn this podcast Thomas Domville shows us how to get notified If you leave an AirTag or Apple Device behind on iOS. In the Find My app , you can turn on separation alerts for a device, so you don’t accidentally leave it behind. You can also set Trusted Locations, which are locations where you can leave your device without receiving an alert.
AppleVis Unleashed September 2021: Just Talk to ItIn this month's edition of AppleVis Unleashed, Thomas Domville, Randy Rusnak, and Mike Malarsie discuss recent Apple news and other topics of interest. Topics featured in this podcast include:Recap of Apple's "California Streaming" September EventKuo: iPhone 13 pre-orders stronger than iPhone 12, shortages of iPhone 13 Pro to persist until NovemberAppleVis Extra 83: Recapping Apple's 'California Streaming' September 14, 2021 KeynoteApple Releases iOS 15 and iPadOS 15; Bringing Focus Modes, Live Text, and Enhancements to Multitasking, Notifications, FaceTime, Safari, Privacy, and MoreWhat's New in iOS 15 Accessibility for Blind and DeafBlind UsersExploring 50 Notable New Features and Changes in iOS 15The Accessibility Bugs Introduced and Resolved in iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 for Blind and Low Vision UsersApple says iOS 14.8 patches iPhone attack that defeated Blastdoor protectionsEverything New in iOS 15.1 Beta 1What The Ruling In The Epic Games V. Apple Lawsuit Means For iPhone UsersApple will let apps redirect users to sign up for subscriptions outside of the App StoreApple reportedly delays iPhone with under-display Touch ID until 2023; first foldable iPhone until 2024EU moving forward with proposal that would force Apple to adopt USB-C port on iPhone, iPad, and more[ Apple's app review team (Accessible Hangman)IOS 15 and the talking clock apps?You can email the Unleashed team with feedback or questions at [email protected], you can leave a voice message for the team by calling 1-816-774-1668 (note that this is a United States number, so call charges may apply depending upon your call plan and location).
Quick Tip: How to Disable Haptic Feedback for “No Item Discovered,” and Why You Might Want ToIn this podcast from his series looking at some of what's new and notable in iOS 15, Thomas Domville Shows us how haptic feedback is now given to VoiceOver users when “No Item Discovered,” and tells us how it can be disabled.
How to Receive Rain, Snow, and Hail Alerts From the iOS Weather AppIn this podcast from his series looking at some of what's new and notable in iOS 15, Thomas Domville shows us how to configure precipitation alerts in the iOS Weather app.In Apple's heavily revamped Weather app, you can now choose to receive notifications that will alert you when it's going to rain, snow, or hail in the next hour in your current location, or other locations that you've added to the app.Note that according to Apple's iOS 15 preview page,next-hour precipitation notifications are currently only available in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Ireland.