Voiceover

VoiceOver is a screen reader built into Apple Inc.'s OS X, iOS and iPod operating systems. By using VoiceOver, the user can access their Macintosh or iOS device based on spoken descriptions and, in the case of the Mac, the keyboard. The feature is designed to increase accessibility for blind and low-vision users, as well as for users with dyslexia.
Posts about Voiceover
    • 3 tips for choosing the right voiceover artist

      Companies spend whole marketing budgets on the way their company looks, but how many pay attention to how their company sounds? In my twenty-something years of recording and producing voiceovers for local, regional, national and international corporate clients, I’ve often been asked “does it matter who the voiceover is?” or told “we don’t really care — you choose”.

      Lush Digital- 12 readers -
  • The Science of the Voice Over

    … When you’re looking to work with a voice over artist for your on hold messaging, explainer video, commercial or anything that needs an experienced narrator, it’s important to select someone who has just the right talent for your specific needs. A professional voice over is more than just someone speaking some words, after all, you could do…

    Marketing Technology Blog- 4 readers -
  • Be My Eyes App – Help the World to See!

    … Android version After you download the app you identify yourself as a blind or sighted person. As a sighted person, you watch a video showing you how you can help blind people by using the app, giving you added incentive to sign up for Be My Eyes. For those who identify as blind, the app automatically activates the VoiceOver accessibility feature…

    Carolyn Nicander Mohr/ The Wonder of Tech- 11 readers -
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