It looked promising on the Science Channel's show outrageous acts of science but the actual app can't identify anything other than a remote control and a water bottle. I hope development continues to improve the quality because it's a good idea for those visually impaired.
It's a great idea but everything is way off. The only that it recognize was a TV. The app called my earphones a stethoscope. My gold chain a electric plug, an open book as a envelope. Needs a lot of work. The subscription thing is kinda of stupid why try to help disabled people but have them pay monthly that could possibly help their everyday lives?
The blind must pay for use? Such a shame. Most who can afford it take their vision for granted. Let me know when it is available to the blind living alone, in need of it, but can't afford it.
Its a promising app. I tried it and it did good but when I subscribed for the free trial the app could not recognize the appliances in my room such as my transistor radio and it did not recognize philippine peso. I am having second thoughts if I will still push for the app to charge my credit card after the trial period. Hoping for the best.
The app itself is pretty amazing. It doesn't get everything right, but it gets a LOT of stuff right. The only thing I can find wrong with it is it's pronunciation of some simple words...such as "dog" and "fan". Can't wait to see what updates come and I've already recommended it to my legally blind brother.
First of all the trial is not relevant because the most important options are locked. Second while I'm willing to buy the app I will never pay for a subscription for a phone app.
We are excited to release the first version of Aipoly Vision for Android!
If you find any bugs please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
* Fixed "keep awake" issue on some devices.
* Corrected some missing accessibility labels.
* Added a slightly delay before repeating the same color/object, making recognition more comprehensible on faster phones.
This app provides assistance to blind/low vision patients to move independently.
Eye-D - Artificial-Intelligence based smartphone assistant for visually impaired
Application to support blind and visually impaired people in everyday life.