There are a ton of accessible apps on both iOS and Android platforms. A lot are great and deserve recognition for being accessible. Then ther are others that are particually accessible. Square Card Reader is one of them. It can be fixed but it needs your help. Please contact the developers just like we have and ask them to make it accessible.
With universal copy you can copy anything that you'd like from any app. Let your hands be free from gestures and swiping. Universal copy will allow you to copy and paste text from anywhere within any app on an android device. Here is the link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.camel.corp.universalcopy
In this video Aaron shows you how to copy, cut and paste any text you want, from any app on your phone. You can get in contact with us in the follow ways:
In this podcast Aaron takes you through how to edit text on an android device using talkback version 5.2. Who says android isn't accessible? Here's the link to the twitter app I used https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.mariotaku.twidere
In this LP Podcast Aaron talks about why you should choose Linson Productions for all of your editing needs.
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In this spotlight interview series, Aaron speaks with Jess Smith an accomplished keyboard player. Listen to his motivation and inspiration for what he does as a musician but also how he motivates others to strive for their dreams.
In this podcast, Aaron is taking a look at the presonus fader port. This control surface is the perfect start for a home studio or the lone wolf musician. You can get it here https://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/FaderPort
In this edition of the LP Podcast, we take a look at the different types of microphones used for podcasting and others for music recording.
In this podcast Aaron takes us through the basics of using reaper with jaws
In this podcast we discuss microphones and interfaces. Stay tuned to the next installment of the LP Podcast where we go in depth about small, large diaphragm and ribbon microphones plus all of the different patterns.
In the very first podcast, Aaron takes you through why and how he got started using reaper after 6 years of using other DAW's.