A person’s physical or mental disability should not come in the way of his freedom of exploring new places or living with the comfort he deserves. The 21st century is all about breaking down barriers which cause hindrance to sound living and also encourages the inclusion of all people into the society. A number of apps on Android and iOS devices are helping disabled people do the impossible. Let’s look at some of these apps.
Petralex is an app designed for aiding persons who struggle to hear properly, especially in outdoor surroundings. This app acts as a personal aid in amplifying the sound from the speaker or surrounding.
2. Be My Eyes
Just like it sounds, this great app enables visually impaired people to link volunteers who can see, from all over the world to instantly describe to them what’s in front of their Smartphone’s camera. This means the volunteer who has logged in the app from some other place acts as the eyes of the blind person while he is moving his Smartphone in the direction he wishes to be informed of.
3. Voice Dream reader
This incredible app is for individuals having problems with their vision or learning differences in color that makes it difficult to visually read text content. The latter ones get help by seeing words that highlight in sync with the text-to-speech mode.
This app offers a picture-based communication option to those who have Autism, Down’s Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy.
5. Medication Reminder & Pill Tracker
This app is a lifesaver for those who have trouble remembering the order and time of taking medications for different reasons. This app also helps you to track details regarding weight, mood, etc, besides helping you to follow the recommendation from your doctor carefully.
6. Miracle Modus
Developed by someone with autism, who’d be sensitive to a particular sensory stimulus, this incredible app paves a way to soothe sensory overload by playing and displaying hypnotic rainbows, soft bells, and lights.
This app which is currently in beta testing mode aims to eliminate the void between people with speech disabilities and voice recognition technology whereby there is no algorithm to detect what the speech impaired person is saying.
8. Wheelmap/ Wheelmate
This informatory app provides in advance the location details of wheelchair-accessible parking stops, bus stops, bathrooms, etc. to the persons who use wheelchairs.
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