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

    … retain your audience’s attention right to the very end. If you want to work with an experienced video team dedicated to getting your next production right, contact the team at Lush Digital. Like what you’ve read? Sign up to the Lush newsletter for fortnightly advice to help you market your business better, tips from our video production gurus…

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  • The Science of the Voice Over

    …, and it can spell disaster. As an example, if you’re producing a relaxation guide and the tone of your voice over is salesy and strong, you probably won’t be getting much repeat business! Voice Over Volume While volume is something that can, of course, be adjusted in post-production, it’s still something that should be as close as possible to perfection…

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  • Be My Eyes App – Help the World to See!

    … a number on an apartment door Using the App The app works on iPhone 4S and later models. You can download the app from the iTunes App Store here: Be My Eyes App. The app is free to download and free to use. Adding an Android version of the app is a goal of the team. Sign up here to be alerted when/if the app is launched on Android: Be My Eyes…

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