How To Use the Zoom and iTunes U Apps with Voiceover

For those taking any of our TTJ online courses, you will need two apps. The first is the Zoom Cloud Meetings app, and the second is iTunes U. Note that the Zoom service can also be accessed via a web browser on Mac and PC.

In this audio demo, we describe and discuss both apps, what they do, and how we’ll use them. We also give a quick introduction to the layout of both apps with Voiceover. Should you have any questions, please let us know. Enjoy.:)zoom-itunesu.m4a

Using Hulu and Philo to Watch TV on AppleTV

Continuing on our TV series, in this post we take a look at two of my personal favorite apps for watching television – along with the respective services. These apps are Hulu and Philo. While different service plan options exist, I personally have the Hulu with Live TV plan and the Philo 55 Channel Plan, and I highly recommend them both.huluphilo.m4a

A Demo of DirecTV NOW with Voiceover – TVOS

As the title suggests, I demo AT&T’s awesome DirecTV NOW app on Apple TV. DirecTV NOW is a stand-alone, live TV streaming service which offers apps for TVOS, iOS, as well as many other platforms. They offer the largest and most robust channel lineup in a single streaming sdtv.m4a

ervice, and their service includes thousands of On-Demand titles, True Cloud DVR, 72 Hour Look Back, TV site and app sign-in support, and much more. Stay tuned for a thorough review of this product, but for now, enjoy the Voiceover demo!

There Is Absolutely a Spell Check on your iPhone and iPad – Here’s How to Use It

Many people, especially users of Voiceover, often wonder whether it is possible to be truly productive with an iOS device. The answer is absolutely. When creating and editing text messages, emails, notes, documents, and more, we need to be able to use spell check. Listen to this demo to learn how to do just that with Voiceover in iOS 12.spelling.m4a

What Happened to the Two Finger Swipe Up to Reveal the Dock

Apple has just released its long-awaited iOS 12 operating system, and it brings a number of enhancements and new features to iOS devices. As you may know, the iPad supports true multitasking, and there was a particular Voiceover gesture, a two-finger swipe up from the bottom edge of the iPad screen, to begin the process. If you’ve downloaded iOS 12, you’ll quickly realize that this gesture no longer works. That’s because it’s been replaced with a new one.

In this audio recording, you will learn about the new gesture. You’ll also learn several other new Voiceover gestures for the iPad – gestures which were actually introduced for the iPhone X. Finally, you’ll hear a quick demo of multitasking and drag and drop. We’ll share how this can be done without Voiceover soon, and be sure to stay tuned for other iOS 12 tips and tricks.dock-ios-1-2.m4a