The team welcomes everyone to the podcast.
We received new Braille Me units at Mystic Access, and are happy to report that they have undergone significant changes from the units we discussed in our May class. This class has been removed from the Free Downloads area, as the information no longer reflects the current status of the Braille Me.
Mystic Access is producing a tutorial on the Braille Me, which will be available for preorder in the near future. In the meantime, if you want to learn more, you can visit National Braille Press, the US reseller of Braille Me.
We have two iOS modules to close out 2018. Editing text and braille screen input are the two remaining topics, and we will have six completely new modules starting in January.
Recently, Chris conducted a class on backing up your important data. You can get this from our Free Downloads page.
We close out this year of free classes with November’s offering. We’ll be discussing coupons and other online solutions to help you save money. Get all the details and news by subscribing to our Announce and News lists from our main page.
We close the podcast with a comparison of the Braille Me and Orbit Reader presented by Lisa at the Pennsylvania Council of the Blind Convention. Just a reminder that while the Braille Me tutorial will be available soon, you can purchase the Orbit Reader 20 Tutorial by visiting our website or giving us a call.