The FREE BrailleBuzz™ App for Android® and iOS® uses a fun environment to introduce young children who are blind and visually impaired to some of their first experiences with electronic braille.
Catalog Number: D-30035-AP
Combining fun sounds and activities, the BrailleBuzz App provides an introduction to braille, as well as teaching the skills necessary to perform basic activities for controlling the app, and identifying braille letters. The App provides the functionality of the original BrailleBuzz product, with the added electronic braille experience. While the BrailleBuzz App was designed especially for APH’s Chameleon 20 and Braille Trail Reader LE refreshable braille displays; it also works with any connected display.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THE BRAILLEBUZZ APP:
- iOS users should turn off Quick Nav. Instructions for turning off Quick Nav can be found here
- Go into your device’s “Accessibility Settings,” and disable the on-screen keyboard from displaying when a braille display is connected. iPad users will need to manually hide the on-screen keyboard with the “Hide Keyboard” button.
- Braille input and output should be set to uncontracted or 8-dot computer braille.
See Perkins’ BrailleBuzz App Review, including some helpful demo videos of the App in action.
Check out the APH Access Academy First Steps of Literacy Using the Braille Buzz App video, which covers the philosophy of introductory braille electronic tools and their benefits, along with a demonstration of the Braille Buzz App.
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