If you would like to keep up with how the ATSource project is going, then keep checking back here, but you can now follow @ATSourceApp on Twitter for the most up to date information. I will have at atsource.info up soon as well, and then the iOS and Android versions will follow.
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Now that the first version of Blind Bargains for iOS is complete, I think the next project on the table for me will be a project I have wanted to make for a while, which is ATSource. ATSource will be a resource that lets blind, visually impaired, and sighted users find resources online for accessibility for mobile devices such as the iPhone, iPod, iPad, and all variants of Android based devices. I will be asking many organizations content they would like to provide or contribute to this app, so if you are a provider of assistive technology, or are someone in the area of helping blind users work with their mobile device, then I m looking for you.
What will this app provide?
1) First, we will provide app links to many different assistive technology resource apps on these devices.
2) We will provide rss feeds to other resources on the net that will bring you the latest in blindness and assistive technology news.
3) We will give you links to organizations that sell products for the blind and visually impaired.
4) We will provide links to social outlets of these companies so you may connect with them to learn more and to contact someone for more information.
I hope everyone enjoys this new app when it is complete. I will have a better description up at the new home of ATSource at http://www.atsource.info
A few days ago, Blind Bargains from the A T Guys just released their new application for iOS and Android that brings excellent content for the blind and visually impaired to iOS and Android devices. As the developer, I really enjoy this app myself due to the content that these guys provide to the blind community. The app is accessible on both platforms, and as the developer for the iOS version, I too use and enjoy this app on a daily basis.
I urge everyone that is blind or visually impaired that uses one of these device types to download this new app from the iOS App Store or from the Google Play.