[nfbwatlk] New GPS ap
kd0iko at icloud.com
Wed Jul 3 15:02:39 UTC 2013
Sincerely maurice mines. Secretary national Federation of the blind of Washington Clark County Chapter. Email KD zero I KO at iCloud.com. Phone 360-524-0791.
On Jul 3, 2013, at 7:53 AM, Becky Frankeberger <b.butterfly at comcast.net> wrote:
> The Seeing Eye GPST is now available! This new iPhone app was developed as
> the result of a historic collaboration between The Seeing Eye, the pioneer
> of guide dog schools, and Sendero Group, the pioneer of accessible GPS
> What does The Seeing Eye GPS do? Simply put, it's your Sendero GPS. right
> there on your iPhone. One less item to carry... one less item to charge...
> and best of all it's always with you.
> I've been part of the testing team for several months. I'm very excited to
> have a fully functional GPS on my iPhone. The Seeing Eye GPS not only
> includes announcements of what streets and points of interest I'm passing,
> but it provides turn by turn route directions and a new "look around wand"
> feature for exploring the area. In my experience, the Seeing Eye GPS has
> been a great complement to my Seeing EyeR dog - a perfect marriage of
> orientation and mobility.
> More information can be found on Sendero's website:
> Jim Kutsch
> President & CEO
> The Seeing Eye
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> http://nfbnet.org/mailman/options/nfbwatlk_nfbnet.org/kd0iko%40icloud.com Although this app is a nice idea and nice and practice it is somewhat deceptive you can download it for free but then the subscription is $69 per year and $120 for three years? A little bit Cindy just my opinion.
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