Veever is an app that uses a precise location system to guide the people with visual impairment or with orientation difficulties through a virtual voice assistant. When walking through spaces (indoor or outdoor) equipped with the necessary devices, Veever provides the user with more autonomy and independence.
For example: in the scope of public transportation, the user can receive information about what is the next bus to arrive and which is the next stop once inside the bus.
Another example of use is in museums. In addition to assisting with location, the app will give the user detailed information about the artworks in the exhibit.
Also, the app is able to give you directions while you are strolling in malls, squares, parks and many other places.
Have you ever used Veever and thought it wasn't working until you found out bluetooth was off? Now you will be warned if this is the case.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.