On this page I offer one of my programs, Stascom, as a free download. An update is currently developed and should be available in the first quarter of 2019. Navigation by level 2 headings will navigate between the other sections on this page, covering a variety of topics. Feedback via the contact form will be welcomed.
Some of the content on this page may not be rendered correctly by browsers not fully supporting the HTML 5 specifications. The following are recommendations for viewing this page optimally:
Watch this space for a future release of Stascom. When ready, the new release will be announced on my Twitter page.
I started developing this program as a pet project in late 2015. Initially only a group of friends used the application, until it was suggested that I share the package publicly. As a screen reader user, I tend to add features to benefit this group. However, some of the features can be equally handy to light-dependent folks. 😉
Read more on Stascom and download your copy today (new browser window)
GSMArena, external link
Thinking of purchasing a new handset, tablet or phablet? Fill in the name and model of the device you are interested in and get full hardware / software specifications, read reviews and more.
Applevis (external link)
Comprehensive resource for using Apple products with Voice Over, including blogs, forums, podcasts, reviews and guides
Inclusive Android (external link)
Comprehensive resource for Android devices, including "getting started" guides, reviews, tips and tricks.
Talkback hardware keyboard shortcuts (external link)
Support page on Google listing the hardware keyboard assignments to use with Talkback. These key mappings can be changed to user preference under Talkback settings.
Shop for a wide range of products including talking clocks, talking multi function radios, talking combination ovens, talking watches, microwave cookware, a range of glasses, mouse magnifier, cordless mouse magnifier and more.
We have a range of products to help you stay independant at home.
NVDA - Non Visual Desktop Access screen reader
I am a staunch user and Certified Expert of NVDA, the screen reader developed by NVAccess in Australia. This powerful, free package provides computer access to tens of thousands of blind and visually impaired people around the world. If you can afford it in any way, please consider making frequent donations to NVAccess.