Double Tap Canada sets its phasers to kill this week as Steven Scott kicks off the show with an angry rant about audio description. Was the lack of audio description in the much-anticipated show Picard just due to a technical issue or is it that networks really don’t care about it.
Next, it’s on to the emails. Derry gets in touch asking for recommendations for recording apps. The DTC team go through what they use and why.
Then we hear from Thomas, with an interesting question on just why does it take so long for some tech features to reach other countries? Siri is not available on the Apple TV in New Zealand, the Show & Tell feature of the Echo Show 10 is only in America and there are many more examples. Shouldn’t it be as easy as flicking a switch to enable a feature worldwide?
Smart Light Bulbs, Wireless Chargers & Evernote.
Finally, Steven, in his constant search for an accessible, usable collaboration/note sharing app, takes a look at Evernote. Meanwhile, Shaun explains his love/hate relationship with his new smart lightbulb and wireless charger.
Co-host & audio producer on the Double Tap Canada radio show. Occasional contributor to Double Tap TV, full time shed resident.