Georgie – smart phone app for visually impaired

Georgie is a smartphone app aimed at people living with visual impairment to help make Google‘s mobile operating system, Android, […]

Georgie is a smartphone app aimed at people living with visual impairment to help make Google‘s mobile operating system, Android, more accessible. This is done through the use of larger text and icons, voice control and even has a function to use the phone’s camera to read out text to you e.g. on menus, signs etc.

The standard app costs £150 (it doesn’t come cheap, so I think it would be interesting to compare this cost with any alternatives out there) and is available from the Android app store, Google Play.

So what are the alternatives? What do you use and/or recommend? We’d love to hear from you, so let us know here, thank you! : )