While the term ‘there’s an app for that’ may have originated as a cool advertising slogan, there’s no denying that smartphones and tablets have made some once popular devices obsolete. … Continue Reading The Victor Reader Stream – The Perfect Book Reader?
There’s nothing we love more here at Double Tap then smart speakers. Not only are they inexpensive & incredibly useful, but because of the audio-only interface, they are also totally … Continue Reading The Echo Show: Size Does Matter
I started learning Braille only last year, and while I am becoming fairly proficient in Grade 1, I still have a long way to go with Grade 2. It is … Continue Reading The Mantis Q40 Is Here
It’s no secret that we here at Double Tap HQ think the new iPhone SE is a great device. With its arguably more VI friendly Home button & Touch ID … Continue Reading Don’t panic! The iPhone SE is still a great choice
What’s In Your Dock? – It’s probably not a question you get asked very often… well actually, it’s probably a question you’ve never been asked before ever, but DTC contributor … Continue Reading What’s In Your Dock?
Currently in iOS when you activate a link, be that to a web page, or email address, it will open either the Safari browser, or the Apple Mail client. There … Continue Reading Apple’s Default Apps: What Alternatives Are Out There?
Although the announcement from Apple at their recent WWDC event wasn’t totally unexpected, the news that they will no longer be using Intel processors for their computers, but will instead … Continue Reading Apple Switches to ARM Processors: Why Take The RISC?
A new accessibility feature coming in iOS14 is getting a lot of attention from people, even those without disabilities. The new ‘Back Tap’ feature can be found under Touch, in … Continue Reading iOS14 Gets A Pat On The Back
It’s hard to think of any other game that has broken down as many barriers and gaming stereotypes as Naughty Dogs ‘The Last of Us 2’. At its core, it … Continue Reading The Last of Us 2: A Showcase of Inclusive Gaming
Monday saw the announcement of the latest software and potential hardware improvements for upcoming Mac technology at Apple’s WWDC 2020 keynote presented by Tim Cook virtually from Cupertino. While there … Continue Reading WWDC 2020: The Accessibility Review