BraillED has been updated to support newer phones and software from Apple, now requiring iOS 9 and later on iPhone 6S and later.
Ratings and Reviews
So close to being a must have app
I recently found your app and the most trouble for them
3) one of your app screenshots shows the dots numbered. This would be a great feature, especially if you can turn the number display on and off.
4) how about adding functionality to add numbers to the learning cycle.
As a newly disabled individual, your app was a great find, has been instrumental in my ability to learn the Braille alphabet and I would love to see these updates so I can better promote it in the community.
When I first bought this app I was skeptical, but it was really worth the money. I learned in less than two hours. I am not blind and I did it for fun so I didn’t have a motive. I would recommend this app to everyone as it is incredibly structured and good way to learn for everyone.
Good for practice
The tutorial and the refresh button don’t work for me. The app hasn’t been updated in an year so maybe it’s incompatible with newer OS or devices. As a sighted person, it’s good for practicing the alphabet and has the best design available in the App Store. The given letter to translate into Braille is random, so with only the English alphabet sometimes you’ll get the same letter in a row.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.