iBlink Radio app for people with visual disabilities
News, January 2 2012
The free iBlink Radio application from Serotek Corporation offers radio stations, podcasts and reading services of special interest to people with visual disabilities; as well as their friends, family, caregivers and those wanting to know what life is like without eye sight.
All stations under Community Radio are owned or operated by people with visual disabilities. Reading services provides narration of newspapers, magazines, periodicals and other print publications. Community Radio includes genres include oldies, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, alternative, classic Rock, Old Time Radio and more.
Podcasts are produced by people with visual disabilities, and cover topics including: broadcasting, computers, radio, technology, Independent Living, Travel, and much more.
Serotek Corporation, headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is run by people with visual disabilities who are passionate about living the accessibility anywhere mission every day. Serotek creates assistive technology products for computers for people visually disabilities. The company aims to developing innovative, affordable and easy-to-use products in the marketplace.
By Aqeel Qureshi