Archive for May, 2015

Tell Me When

Monday, May 18th, 2015

In this podcast, Allison and Robert talk with an iOS app developer named
Ray Mckaig.

Ray’s latest app called
Tell Me When
is a dream come true for book, music and video lovers. The app allows one to keep track of their favorite authors, musicians and videos. Tell me When lets you know when that new book or album comes out. The app can take you to the appropriate page to learn more about and even purchase the book or album.

Tell Me When works great with VoiceOver. This
AppleVis Podcast
will provide you with an excellent demonstration of Tell Me When.

You can
Ray with questions and comments. If you prefer, you can contact Ray on twitter

Thanks Ray, it was a pleasure to have you on the podcast.


Apple Watch with David Woodbridge

Saturday, May 9th, 2015

In this Tech Doctor podcast, Robert Carter and David Woodbridge enthusiastically describe how they are already making extensive use of Apple Watch in their daily lives. They are amazed by and thrilled with the stability and maturity of VoiceOver access in this first version of the Apple Watch. Anyone who knows how to use VoiceOver on the iPhone can quickly transfer those skills to using VoiceOver on the Apple Watch.

While this podcast is a good general discussion of what the Apple Watch can do, Robert and David encourage everyone to listen to the more than thirty podcasts that David has produced demonstrating how to utilize all aspects of the watch with VoiceOver.

These excellent Apple Watch podcasts are available both
At The Applevis Website
and on
David’s personal podcast page.

Even in this version 1, we have found only miner bugs which can easily be worked around until they are fixed. This makes us comfortable recommending Apple Watch to anyone who is interested in enjoying this new and exciting wearable technology.

David and Robert encourage everyone to go to an Apple store and investigate the watch for yourself. We hope that you like it as much as we do. Regardless of whether or not the Apple Watch appeals to you personally, we can all agree that Apple is to be commended for creating the first fully accessible smart watch.

Unfortunately, Allison Hartley was unavailable to record with us. She will be discussing her Apple Watch experience on a future podcast.