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CategoryBankingDescription of AppUMobile is a dynamic mobile banking application that enables you to do the following, anytime and anywhere:Check your real-time account balancePay your billsTransfer funds (Pre-enrollment of the 3rd party account to Union Bank branch near you is required for security reasons, If you want to transfer funds to another UnionBank account)Buy prepaid load … Continue reading Union Bank- U Mobile App
How accessible is this world? It is very accessible. I can read any printed materials and street signs, enjoy watching movies, travel to different places in a breeze and can operate machines and do other stuff like anyone else until I lost my sight. Needless to say, the above mentioned become difficult or impossible to … Continue reading Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Accessibility
A community-powered website for blind and low-vision users of Apple's range of Mac computers, the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple TV and Apple Watch. AppleVis strives to empower the community by offering multiple pathways to access and share relevant and useful information. As a community, we seek to encourage and support people in exploring … Continue reading AppleVis
"We need to make every single thing accessible to every single person with a disability." -Stevie Wonder, Grammy's 2016
Facebook connects 1.5 billion people all over the world, but for the blind and visually impaired, it can be difficult to gain access to what has become a vast platform for connectivity. That’s where Facebook’s accessibility team, led by Jeff Wieland, comes in. The sole purpose of the accessibility team is to help people with … Continue reading Facebook wants us to see
VO (Ctrl + Option) Arrow Right, Right, Right… “I am stuck! “I scratched my head as my frustration heightens, after several keystrokes, when I could not find a way to navigate Safari. It was barely two days since Gilly handed over his four year-old MacBook Pro, so I can learn to use it with Voice … Continue reading Hello Mac!
“Your phone can talk!” Gilly exclaimed in excitement when he discovered that the iPhone can be utilized by the visually impaired with the help of its accessibility features. “It is Siri.” I answered. He was aware that I interact with Siri only to make calls or to inquire for the time. He borrowed my phone, … Continue reading iPhone Talks