Social Isolation is tough. And even tougher for the visually impaired community. Not only does it make it much harder to shop, but the majority of social contact is now happening over an online video conferencing system called Zoom. And In Your Pocket doesn’t run Zoom………or does it? The In
Interview with Red Szell from RNIB Connect Radio: 14 October 2020 We were delighted to be invited to join Red Szell and Paul Porter on RNIB Connect Radio to discuss how easy it is to access the RNIB Reading Services with In Your Pocket. Let us know what you think!
Today is #WorldSightDay. Since 2017 we’ve worked in partnership with the RNIB and O2 to develop interactive voice assistance technology for Blind and Visually Impaired people in the UK. Our original vision was to create an easy to use, portable device for people with sight loss to access audio libraries, news and stay
It’s Libraries Week, celebrating the best that libraries have to offer. 2020’s theme is sharing the books that shaped your world, so we thought this was the perfect opportunity to highlight our partnership with Calibre Audio. Calibre Audio subscribers can access over 11,500 audiobooks via In Your Pocket. In Your Pocket
We’ve never been more concerned about the health and wellbeing of our loved ones and, while Christmas is still a few months away, many of us are starting to think about how we can ensure our relatives stay safe and part of our family celebrations this year. In this digital day
In Your Pocket is a voice-controlled mobile phone, media player and personal assistant that is designed to be simple to use, especially if you are visually impaired. The software created by the In Your Pocket developers is installed on a Samsung handset and it completely takes over, providing users with
When browsing the market for phones that are specifically designed for visually impaired people, you may feel as though your options are quite limited. From landlines with large contrasting buttons to mobile phones with braille letter keypads, often the main aim of these phones is to enable you to connect
It goes without saying that the mobile phone market can be very overwhelming and there are many different devices to choose from. However, when you have a visual impairment, you may feel as though your options are much more restricted. Thankfully, an In Your Pocket device is able to meet