It's a good app for quick translations of single letters (interactive mode), unfortunately, it only covers the basic English alphabet (a-z, 0-9, plus some symbols), lacking Latin accented letters. It cannot be moved to SDcard, taking about 3.75MB of internal memory. It also has to studying mode to help user learn Braille.
One Error UEB $ should be dot 5, then 2,3,4 (s).
Very good for the alphabet. The only thing I would like to have is the ability to test and practice the contractions and abreviations of Grade two braille. Look forward to that being added. Otherwise it is very helpful with at least a list.
Best app of this type out there I work with VI students and this has been great for learning Braille. I look forward to grade 2/other updates. Keep up the good work.
- Number # prefix added to all examples
- Backwards compatibility to Gingerbread
Right-Hear is an accessibility solution for blind and visually impaired people