Clew is an AR indoor navigation app designed for visually impaired users to help them retrace their steps in unfamiliar environments.
We have added support for recording voice notes along routes. While recording the route, there is a new button which will bring up an voice recorder. Once you finish recording your voice note, the note will play whenever you are close to the location that you made the recording.
Some potential uses of this feature are:
1. Adding reminders about important landmarks in the environment (to help with navigation).
2. Adding reminders about important features of the environment (e..g, locations of bathrooms or water fountains along a route).
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Great app! Fantastic concept!
Just downloaded this app from App Store. Used it to go from our living room to our bathroom and back in our apartment. Absolutely amazing. At present, seems that you can only record one path at a time. One thing that would make this an absolute perfect app would be if you could record multiple pathways at once. Four instance, it would be nice to be able to record a path from the entrance to a church to our Sunday school class, followed by a path from our Sunday school class to the church sanctuary, and then back to the exit of the church. Or, can this be done already? Or do you have plans in the future to upgrade this, making this action possible? Right now it’s a great app and I would give it probably four stars, just because of the single option to record pathways.
can't figure it out
I was looking through the app's features but when I try using it, I don't see any of the haptic, speech or sound options. Also, do you have to keep pressing the button or will it automatically speak from point E to point B?
I have tested and used this app a few times. I find it incredibly accurate when it comes to backtracking and navigating in places that may or may not be very complicated to get around as someone who is blind or visually impaired.
This is a great step two helpful apps for the blind and low vision.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.