4 Open Source Applications for the Visually Impaired
Jan 07, 2011, 06:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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"When you're visually impaired, getting around the Internet
isn't always easy. Fortunately, the open source community takes
accessibility very seriously. If you or someone you know needs
assistive computer software, here are four open source applications
you'll want to check out.
"Qwitter - Orignally designed as a Twitter client for the
visually impaired, Qwitter has become a more fully-formed
application that works across the internet with most screen
readers, including the open source project NVDA for Windows. Use it
to search Bing, interact with Captcha-completer service Solona,
manipulate your Google Voice account, and more."