first_imgThese apps were discussed on December 17, 2015 at the annual INAPSE conference.  This list is provided for the convenience of our participants:Apps and accessibility features that Brian and Wade demonstrated (or planned to!):Brian               SiriWade              VoiceoverWade              ZoomWade              Large PrintWade              Invert ColorsBrian               Speak Screen / SelectionBrian               Switch ControlWade              Assistive TouchWade              Touch AccommodationsBrian               Hearing Aid CompatibilityBrian               Subtitles/CaptioningWade              Guided AccessBrian               Visual ImpactWade              iModelingBrian               AurasmaBrian               iPromptsWade              Aida RemindersBrian               RecognizerWade              Choice Works CalendarBrian               Cozi CalendarWade              EndeavorBrian               Claro PDFBrian               KNFBWade              Speak Selection/Speak ScreenWade              EvernoteBrian               SoundEverWade              ScannableBrian               AudioNoteWade              Proloquo2GoWade              VerballyWade              Find FriendsBrian               GlympseWade              AroundMeBrian               WazeAudience’s favorite apps:Renae – CaptelBecky – PandoraMatt – ESPNHolly – SpotifyJane – FacebookLinda – Remote ControlAshley – PintrestChris – BARD or KNFB ReaderTony – WatchESPNTC – GroupMeChris – TuneInRadioJody – PhotoMathJacquelyn – ShopKickDawn – DragonMarvin – no appsAngie – stowcardKyle – WazeKatie – no appsJulie – Words w/ FriendsJamie – WNYC RadioTreasure – Walmart Savings CatcherKathy – no appsCarla – Weather Channel and Google MapsPenny – GoGet and VenmoShanna – Netflix and EtziTina – VinoTom – DubSmashDrew – Sport Share this…TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmailPrint RelatedATFAQ068 – Q1Elevating a keyboard for a one handed typist Q2 Resource for AT terminology Q3 Accessible apps for editing audio Q4 Training materials for Microsoft Office Q5 Android training resources Q6 Reminder systems with verbal feedback Q7 Are Chromebooks the future of AT?January 22, 2018In “Assistive Technology FAQ (ATFAQ) Podcast”ATFAQ042 – [ ] Q1 Hands free 911 Emergency Calling from Phone Q2 Adaptive Virtual Reality Gear Q3 Feedback for Bluetooth Locks Q4 When should I transition students from a magnifier to a screen reader Q5 Recommending Dragon for persons with visual impairment Q6 Smart Voice Recognition for the computer Q7. Wildcard Question: Black Friday ShoppingNovember 28, 2016In “Assistive Technology FAQ (ATFAQ) Podcast”ATU015 – Q1. Large Print iPad Keyboards Q2. Low cost PDF readers for textbooks Q3. Augmentative Communication app for Deaf Blind students Q4. Intellikeys not working with USB port Q5. Using WordPress to make screen reader friendly for my podcast’s website Q6. Most complicated AT solutions everOctober 12, 2015In “Assistive Technology FAQ (ATFAQ) Podcast”last_img read more