In episode #8 of the Mac-cessibility Round Table Podcast, we introduce our newest contributor, M.J. Phoenix. Our knights of the Round Table Podcast recap and discuss recent Mac-cessibility news stories, including iBooks accessibility, Adobe’s announcement for Flash and Flex accessibility on the Mac, and the recent update to Frotz for iPhone, which provided substantial accessibility enhancements. The bulk of the show is given over to a discussion of screen reader scripting, its pros and cons, and why it is not discussed widely among VoiceOver users. In a follow up show, we will be discussing this topic further with Window-Eyes script writer Jeff Bishop.
- Cara’s pick - HeyTell for iPhone/iPod touch
- Darcy’s picks - DropBox.com for Mac and the optional DropBox app for iPhone and iPod touch
- Holly’s pick - The Facebook Lite web site
- M.J.’s picks - iPhone/iPod touch games by Storm8
- Josh’s picks - Echofon for iPhone/iPod touch (Free or Pro), the YouMail.com service, and the optional YouMail app for iPhone/iPod touch