Apps4Android Mobile Apps Developed from 2010-2022

Apps4Android Mobile Apps, Past and Present, by Year (2010-2022)

 

2017-2022 

Developing an audio tour app of various exhibits at Fort Griswold

Objective:

To make Revolutionary War history come alive with a human-narrated audio tour of various exhibits at Fort Griswold through a smart phone mobile app. The app would also make accessible for individuals of most abilities and ages audio recordings of historic documents that emphasizes research conducted on Connecticut’s Revolutionary War’s forgotten voices of indigenous people, African Americans, women, and war widows.

About:

A key goal of this project is to educate and make available generally unknown information about the roles of indigenous people, African Americans, women, and war widows in the Revolutionary War at Fort Griswold (New London, Conn.) and associated sites for both in-person and virtual visitors. The project leverages state-of-the-art audio production technology with new smartphone mobile app technology to create an accessible and appealing educational experience for individuals of varied abilities.

The new mobile technology developed for this project leverages the CRISAccess Audio Tour mobile app by adding the ability to provide visitors of most ages and abilities with access to new research and additional information about the site and associated areas in an easy-to-use and appealing manner. The project will focus on both in-person enhanced educational experiences for visitors at Fort Griswold as well as a virtual online experience made available on the Fort Griswold and CRIS Radio webpage – and our partners’ webpages if so desired — that includes the audio tour of Fort Griswold, the original historic documents, transcripts of those documents, and audio recordings.

Funding Agency

  • National Park Service

Project Partners

  • Connecticut Dept. of Education
  • Central Connecticut State University
  • Connecticut Historical Society
  • University of Connecticut
  • CRIS Radio
  • Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

Developed Smart Home Helper

Objective:

To enable individuals who are nonverbal, and individuals with speech disorders such as stuttering, apraxia, and dysarthria, to issue verbal commands to control voice-activated smart home devices.

About:

Smart Home Helper is a no-cost-to-the-user Android app that Smart Home Helper uses Android’s Text-to-Speech capability to enable users to create, organize, and issue smart home commands using human-sounding synthesized speech in 63 languages.

Before trying to use the app, we highly recommend reading the user documentation, and then watching the video.

User Documentation:

Funding Agencies:

  • National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research
  • Administration for Community Living
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Project Partners:

  • Georgia Tech
  • LiveWell Rehabilitation Research Center for Information and Communications Technology Access (ICT) Access
  • Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies

Developed Jonathan’s Dream GIS/GPS Mobile Tour App

Objective:

The mobile app enhances the playground’s accessibility, particularly for people who are blind or have low vision. Audio descriptions of the playground equipment are triggered by the smart phone’s GPS function or scan of a QR Code.

About:

Jonathan’s Dream Park, an accessible and inclusive playground designed for all ages and abilities, is even more accessible now thanks to CRIS Radio’s GPS mobile app that helps guide visitors who are blind or have low vision through the park.

The $1.2 million playground is located on the Mandell Jewish Community Center campus on Bloomfield Avenue in West Hartford.

The Greater Hartford Host Lions Club raised funds towards the development of the mobile app, and the balance was funded through a technology grant awarded by the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.

Funding Organizations:

  • Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
  • The Greater Hartford Host Lions Club

Project Partner:

  • CRIS Radio

Developed Speech2RTT® Communicator

Objective:

To enable people who are deaf, hard of hearing, and non-verbal to communicate with anyone, including people who can hear and speak, using their Android smartphone. Speech2RTT works across all wireless networks. It transcribes and then streams the text of what is being said, in real-time, between individuals. If a user cannot speak, or opts not to speak, they can type what they want to say, in real-time. Speech2RTT is available on Google Play and accommodates transcribing any one of 68 languages for users in 94 countries . Communications are 100% private. No live communications assistants (CAs) are involved… and no limits are imposed on the length of a communication.

Compatible Languages:

Afrikaans, Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Basque, Bengali, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (Cantonese), Chinese (Mandarin), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Filipino, Finnish, French, Galician, Georgian, German, Greek, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Javanese, Kannada, Khmer, Korean, Lao, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Sinhala, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Sundanese, Swahili, Swedish, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Vietnamese, and Zulu.

Benefits:

  • Enables people who are deaf, hard of hearing, and non-verbal to communicate with anyone – using their Android smart phone;
  • Works over all cellular networks;
  • Transcribes speech to text, in real-time, in 68 languages;
  • Communications are 100% private. No communications assistants (CAs) are involved;
  • No limits are imposed on the length of communications;
  • Offered at no cost until October 1, 2018, at which time a $12 annual fee will be assessed for continued use;
  • Offers 24×7 availability with absolutely no waiting time;
  • Enables users to communicate “on the go” since it is a mobile app;
  • Fast communications: less than 300 ms latency streaming from one device to another; and,
  • No voice-training is needed, even with accents;

Additional Information:

Funding Agencies:

  • National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research
  • Administration for Community Living
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Project Partners:

  • LiveWell Rehabilitation Research Center for Information and Communications Technology Access (ICT) Access

2016 

Developed and released four, mobile, assistive technology applications:

Funding Agencies/Organizations: Please see each app for details.

  1. CRIS Radio: Released on October 2, 2016
    Funded by CRIS Radio, Inc.
  2. IDEAL MathWriter: Released on September 27, 2016
    Funded by the Jacobs Family Trust
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  3. IDEAL Access 4 RAZ: Released on August 20, 2016
    Funded by RAZ Mobility
  4. EZ Access to Federal Register: Released on May 15, 2016
    Funded by the General Services Administration

2015 

Developed and released four, mobile, assistive technology applications

Funding Agencies/Organizations: Please see each app for details.

  1. IDEAL Self-Voicing News Feed Reader: Released on September 15, 2015
    Funded by the Jacobs Family Trust
  2. Easy Access for Khan: Released on May 10, 2015
    Funded by the Jacobs Family Trust
  3. Trump Presidential Documents: Released on May 9, 2015
    Funded by the Jacobs Family Trust
  4. Meme Maker: Released on March 3, 2015
    Funded by IDEAL Group, Inc.

2014 

Developed and released five, mobile, assistive technology applications

Funding Agencies/Organizations: Please see each app for details.

  1. EasyAccess for Android: Released on September 13, 2014
    Funded by Google, Inc.
  2. Document Knowledge Miner: Released August 19, 2014
    Funded by IDEAL Group, Inc.
  3. IDEAL Voter Information Guide Beta: Released on June 10, 2014
    Funded by: The Information Technology Innovation Foundation and U.S. Election Assistance Commission
  4. Easy Access to Khan: Released on April 15, 2014
    Funded by IDEAL Group, Inc.
  5. GuideDroid GPS: Released on January 16, 2014
    Funded by IDEAL Group, Inc.

2013 

Developed IDEAL 10-Band, High Definition, Voice Equalizer with Bone Conduction Technology

Objective:

Develop and pair a graphics equalizer with powerful bone conduction technology to enable individuals with conductive hearing loss to hear more clearly. Note: Conductive Hearing Loss is due to problems with the ear canal, ear drum, or middle ear and its tiny bones.

Additional Information:

Funding Organization:

  • The Jacobs Family Trust

Project Partners:

  • MaxVirtual
  • 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show
  • Eureka Park – 2013 CES

Developed and released nine, mobile, assistive technology applications

Funding Agencies/Organizations: Please see each app for details.

  1. IDEAL Web Reader V4.0 Beta: Released on December 13, 2013
    Funded by the Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center
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  2. Sound Recorder – ASR: Released on July 30, 2013
    Funded by the Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center
  3. ASHA DAISY Reader: Released on July 28, 2013
    Funded by IDEAL Group, Inc.
  4. IDEAL Web Math K-8 Released on July 26, 2013
    Funded by Discovery Education
    https://apkcombo.com/es/ideal-web-math-k-8/in.co.accessiblenews.ideal.webmath/
  5. IDEAL Web Math General Math: Released on July 26, 2013
    Funded by Discovery Education
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.onelifeks.webmathproject&hl=en_US&gl=US
  6. IDEAL Web Math for Everyone: Released on July 25, 2013
    Funded by Discovery Education
  7. IDEAL Web Math Plots/Geometry: Released on July 25, 2013
    Funded by Discovery Education
    https://iplliveaction.com/download-ideal-web-math-plots-geometry-for-pc-windows/
  8. IDEAL Web Math Trig/Calculus: Released on July 24, 2013
    Funded by Discovery Education
    https://apkpure.com/ideal-web-math-trig-calculus/in.co.accessiblenews.ideal.webmathtrigcalc
  9. IDEAL ePub Creator: Released on May 15, 2013
    Funded by the Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center
    https://ideal-epub-creator-pro.soft112.com/

2012 

Developed thirteen mobile assistive technology applications

Funding Agencies/Organizations: Please see each app for details.

  1. IDEAL Group Reader: Released on September 16, 2012
    Funded by the Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center
    IDEAL Group Reader Reading eBooks using High-Quality Text-To-Speech Voices in 21 Languages!
  2. IDEAL Currency Identifier: Released on September 4, 2012
    Funded by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing
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  3. IDEAL MP3 Player: Released on August 29, 2012
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
    https://apkfab.com/ideal-mp3-audio-ebook-player/in.co.accessiblenews.gestureplayer
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.ideal.currencyid&hl=en_US&gl=US
  4. IDEAL Ask Eindroid II: Released on August 27, 2012
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
    https://www.happymodapkdescargar.com/ideal-ask-eindroid-ii-mod/in.co.accessiblenews.ideal.askeindroid/original.html
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    Description: Wish your smartphone was smart? Smart enough to answer questions about stocks, sports, the news, math, and more with no more effort from you than simply speaking to it? With Eindroid, it is! Just ask Eindroid a question, and it will tell you the answer! No typing required! Eindroid -Your smartphone just got smarter!
  5. Ask Eindroid: Released on January 1, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
    Description: Wish your smartphone was smart? Smart enough to answer questions about stocks, sports, the news, math, and more with no more effort from you than simply speaking to it? With Eindroid, it is! Just ask Eindroid a question, and it will tell you the answer! No typing required! Eindroid -Your smartphone just got smarter!
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  6. IDEAL Equation Finder: Released on August 27, 2012
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
    https://apptopia.com/google-play/app/in.co.accessiblenews.ideal.eqsquest/intelligence
  7. IDEAL Knowledgebase: Released on August 27, 2012
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
  8. IDEAL WebMath Algebra: Released on August 27, 2012
    Funded by Discovery Education
    http://apps4android.org/igr-examples/ideal_webmath_algebra.htm
  9. PhlashCut: Released on August 10, 2012
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
    https://www.9apps.com/hi/android-apps/PhlashCut/
  10. IDEAL Accessible YoutubeViewer: Released on June 15, 2012
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
    https://apkpure.com/ideal-accessible-youtubeviewer/in.co.accessiblenews.ideal.youtubeviewer
  11. Sprint ID Packs: Released on June 10, 2012
    Funded by Sprint
    https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20120109006634/en/Apps4Android-Expands-Mobile-Offerings-with-the-Launch-of-Five-Free-Accessibility-Sprint-ID-Packs
    https://www.t-mobile.com/news/legacy-sprint/apps4android-expands-mobile-offerings-with-the-launch-of-five-free-accessibility-sprint-id-packs
  12. IDEAL Web Access Pack: Released on May 10, 2012
    Funded by the Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center
    http://cn.androlib.com/android.application.com-ideal-webaccess-jwBwq.aspx
    Description: IDEAL Web Reader – A self-voicing browser for Android. Also comes with a plug-in that adds self-voicing capabilities to WebView for accessibility outside of IDEAL Web Reader.
  13. IDEAL Talking Tags: Released on February 14, 2012
    Funded by the Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center
    https://nfc-forum.org/product-showcase/ideal-talking-tags/

2011 

Developed seven mobile assistive technology applications

Funding Agencies/Organizations: Please see each app for details.

  1. InftyReader’s Beta, Speech-Driven, Version of InftyEditor
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
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  2. Samsung Tab Serving as a Notetaker with a Braille Keyboard!
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
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  3. Apps4Android’s Text-to-Speech based Audio Description Application for You Tube Videos
    Funded by Google
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  4. TeleDroid Medical Application
    Funded by private investors
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  1. NFC TecTiles
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
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    Acquired by Samsung
  2. Apps4Android’s Tactile, Virtual Keyboard, Screen Protectors
    Funded by Google
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  3. Apps4Android’s Speech-Enabled Enhancement to CoolReader
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
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Developed an Android, open source, fully-accessible, eBook Reader

Objective:

Develop Phase I of a fully-accessible Android eBook Reader (IDEAL Group Reader)

Additional Information:

IDEAL Group Reader

Funding Agencies/Organizations:

  • Ohio Board of Regents
  • Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission

Project Partner:

  • The Ohio State University Dept. of Integrated Systems Engineering

Developed an advanced, accessible, mobile web browser

IDEAL Web Reader II Beta: Released on June 1, 2010
Funded by the Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center

Additional Information:

Funding Agencies/Organizations:

  • Ohio Board of Regents;
  • Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission;

Project Partner:

  • The Ohio State University Dept. of Integrated Systems Engineering

Developed twelve mobile assistive technology applications.

Funding Agencies/Organizations: Please see each app for details.

  1. IDEAL Web Reader: Released on December 29, 2011
    Funded by the Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center
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  2. IDEAL Accessible App Installer: Released on October 7, 2011
    Funded by IDEAL Group, Inc.
    https://ideal-accessible-app-installer.en.uptodown.com/android
  3. docPort Beta: Released on May 9, 2011
    Funded by IDEAL Group, Inc.
  4. NewsPort: Released on May 9, 2011
    Funded by IDEAL Group, Inc.
  5. Vista Center: Released on April 21, 2011
    Funded by Google
  6. Best Voices – SVOX Sampler: Released on February 4, 2011
    Funded by IDEAL Group, Inc.
    https://www.similarplay.com/ideal_group_inc_android_development_team/best_voices_svox_sampler/apps/com.ideal.voicescollection
    Description: Best Voices for Android languages include Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, Canadian French, Cantonese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, European Spanish, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Mexican Spanish, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Turkish, UK English, and US English.
  7. IDEAL Access 4 AT&T: Released on February 4, 2011
    Funded by AT&T
    Description: This IDEAL Apps4Android Accessibility Application Installer (AAI) is customized for subscribers of AT&T® in the United States.
  8. IDEAL Access 4 Sprint: Released on February 4, 2011
    Funded by Sprint
    This IDEAL Apps4Android Accessibility Application Installer (AAI) is customized for subscribers of Sprint® in the United States.
  9. IDEAL Access 4 T-Mobile: Released on February 4, 2011
    Funded by T-Mobile
    This IDEAL Apps4Android Accessibility Application Installer (AAI) is customized for subscribers of T-Mobile® in the United States, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, United Kingdom, Netherlands, and Poland.
  10. IDEAL Access 4 Verizon: Released on February 4, 2011
    Funded by Verizon
    This IDEAL Apps4Android Accessibility Application Installer (AAI) is customized for subscribers of Verizon® in the United States.
  11. IDEAL Access 4 Vodaphone: Released on February 4, 2011
    Funded by Vodafone
    This IDEAL Apps4Android Accessibility Application Installer (AAI) is customized for subscribers of Vodaphone® in Australia, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, and Romania.
  12. IDEAL Access 4 Other Carriers: Released on January 15, 2011
    Funded by IDEAL Group, Inc.
    Description: This IDEAL Apps4Android Accessibility Application Installer (AAI) is customized for subscribers of China Mobile® in China, KT® in Korea, Telefónica®, O2®, Atento®, Terra®, and Movistar®in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Czech Republic, Colombia, Ecuador, Germany, Guatemala, Ireland, El Salvador, Mexico, Morocco, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Slovakia, the Netherlands and the UK, Bouygues Telecom®/Orange® in France, Rogers® in Canada, Boost Mobile®, Virgin Mobile®, MetroPCS®, and nTelos® in the United States, Optus® in Australia, DOCOMO®, SoftBank®, and au by KDDI® in Japan, Singtel® in Singapore, , and all other Android smart device carrier’s in Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Israel, Japan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mexico, Norway, Philippines, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Taiwan, and Thailand.
    IDEAL Apps4Android’s AAIs are carrier-specific applications designed to make it easier and more intuitive for wireless carrier retail store personnel, help desk professionals, and wireless subscribers to identify, download, install, sample, and purchase (if the app is a paid app) applications that enhance the accessibility of Android smart devices. All current accessibility applications delivered by this AAI are at “no-cost-to-the-user.” In the near future IDEAL Apps4Android’s AAIs will include previews of, and the ability to purchase, paid Android accessibility applications.

2010 

Developed 24 mobile applications

Funding Agencies/Organizations: Many. Please see each app for details.

  1. Chandroid: /b/rowser: Released on December 30, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
    https://download.cnet.com/Chandroid/3000-2356_4-75331077.html
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  2. IDEAL Text Enlarger: Released on December 19, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
    Description: IDEAL Text Enlarger will make the text in most of your Android smartphone’s applications larger than usual. To change the default size of text, go to “Text Size” and choose the size you would like to use.Text enlargement is not a normally supported feature in Android. We had to do a few non-standard bits of Android programming magic to make it work. As a result, it might not be 100% compatible with all applications.
  3. Chandroid Animated ImageViewer: Released on December 3, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
    http://cn.androlib.com/android.application.com-onymous-chanimageviewer-BwEn.aspx
  4. Better Voices for Cupcake: Released on December 1, 2010
    Funded by Google
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    Description: Do you wish the Text-To-Speech on your Android phone sounded better and less robotic? We have repackaged the newer, better sounding female Donut voices so they will work on your Cupcake phone. This will make all of your talking applications sound better in English (US & UK), Italian, German, French, and Spanish!
  5. Talking Caller ID: Released on November 1, 2010
    Funded by Google
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    Description: Talking Caller ID will speak the caller ID info. We had initially planned to sell this app, but we decided that we should reward our loyal SMSpeaker customers for their support and feedback! This relies on functionality from SMSpeaker. Note: Talking Caller ID has now been upgraded to uses Google’s Donut Text-To-Speech (TTS) library for higher quality speech.
  6. Speaking Pad: Released on October 1, 2010
    Funded by Google
    Description: A talking notepad for Android. This notepad will speak what you type. This application uses the TTS (Text-To-Speech) library for Android.
  7. Sound /b/oard (Make your own): Released on September 10, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
    http://cn.androlib.com/android.application.com-onymous-sbwidgets-jqAx.aspx
  8. SMSpeaker: Released on August 25, 2010
    Funded by Google
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    Description: Ever wish your phone could read your SMS messages out to you? Then SMSpeaker is for you! Note: SMSpeaker has now been upgraded to uses Google’s Donut Text-To-Speech (TTS) library for higher quality speech.
  9. Image Viewer with Animation: Released on July 10, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
    Description: Want animated gifs to animate? Want a simple, straightforward image viewer that offers multi-touch zoom gestures on newer devices (Droid, Nexus, etc)? Then get IDEAL’s Image Viewer today! We support GIF, JPG, and PNG formats. Sample animated GIFs available on our website.
  10. Onymous App Installer: Released on July 5, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
  11. IDEAL AD Movie Viewer: Released on July 1, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
    https://apkpure.com/ideal-ad-movie-viewer/in.co.accessiblenews.ideal.describedvideo
  12. Celeb Voicemail: Sound /b/oard: Released on June 15, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
    http://cn.androlib.com/android.application.com-onymous-sbaddon-celebvoicemail-jzBC.aspx
  13. Tim & Eric 1: Sound /b/oard: Released on June 15, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.

    http://cn.androlib.com/android.application.com-onymous-sbaddon-timeric1-qAFm.aspx

  14. IDEAL AndroidVox browser: Released on June 11, 2010
    Funded by the Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center
    https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20120109006634/en/Apps4Android-Expands-Mobile-Offerings-with-the-Launch-of-Five-Free-Accessibility-Sprint-ID-Packs
  15. Tha Icon: Released on June 10, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
  16. Tim & Eric 2: Sound /b/oard: Released on May 15, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
  17. Chandroid: ChanSelector: Released on May 10, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
    http://www.androlib.com/android.application.com-onymous-chanselector-itwi.aspx
  18. IDEAL Magnifier Chinese Version 放大镜: Released on May 1, 2010
    Funded by the Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center
    Description: IDEAL Video Magnifier is An Android smartphone-based handheld magnification application. It was designed for individuals with low vision who need support reading documents.
  19. IDEAL Magnifier: Released on April 10, 2010
    Funded by the Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center
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    Description: IDEAL Video Magnifier is An Android smartphone-based handheld magnification application. It was designed for individuals with low vision who need support reading documents.
  20. Icon Packs: Released on March 8, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
  21. IDEAL Item Identifier: Released on March 3, 2010
    Funded by the Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center
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    Description: IDEAL Item Identifier is barcode-reading software that enables Android smartphone users to take a picture of standard UPC and QR codes and then hear a description of the item read out loud using Google’s TTS voices.
  22. Game Over: Sound /b/oard: Released on February 15, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
  23. IDEAL Accessible K9 E-Mail/K-9 Mail: Released on February 10, 2010
    Funded by the Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center
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    Description: IDEAL K9 E-Mail is an Android-based e-mail client that is accessible using Google’s Talkback and other Android screenreaders. This is based on the K9 E-Mail application.
  24. iAugComm: Released on January 12, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.
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    http://apps4android.org/press-releases/071610_iAugComm.htm
    Description: iAugComm transforms the G1 into a powerful, high-quality, low-Price augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device, which can enable individuals who are non-verbal or whose speech is difficult to understand to communicate easily and effectively using a simple, icon-based interface.
    Family Guy: Released on January 10, 2010
    Funded by Apps4Android, Inc.

 

 

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