Be My Eyes Launches App On Windows

Be My Eyes on Windows

Be My Eyes has announced the launch of its new Be My Eyes App on Windows desktop, with immediate availability in the Microsoft Store.

Developed in partnership with Microsoft, this collaboration marks a significant milestone in the Be My Eyes’s mission to make the world more accessible for 340 million people who are blind or have low vision.

A little over a year since the successful debut of the Be My AI functionality on Android and iOS platforms, Be My Eyes says it is proud to introduce its latest innovation, tailored specifically for Windows users. Unveiling the Be My Eyes for Windows App during Microsoft’s Build Week demonstrates the commitment of Be My Eyes to leverage cutting-edge technology in order to enhance accessibility and inclusivity on a global scale.

“We are excited to collaborate with Microsoft to bring the Be My Eyes App to Windows users worldwide,”  said Mike Buckley, CEO of Be My Eyes in a press release. “This collaboration reflects our shared commitment to making technology more accessible and inclusive for everyone.”

The Be My Eyes App, offers a comprehensive suite of features designed to provide rich visual descriptions to users who are blind or have low vision. From photos and graphs to screenshots and web pages, the app delivers detailed descriptions in real-time, enhancing the way individuals interact with their personal computers.

Key features of the Be My Eyes for Windows App include:

  • Describe Your Screen: Gain detailed descriptions of application interfaces and web page layouts with ease.

  • Describe Local Images: Receive comprehensive descriptions of family photos, documents, and more by simply uploading images to the Be My Eyes app.

  • Describe Online Images: Seamlessly access descriptions of images encountered while browsing the web, ensuring no visual content goes unnoticed.

  • Help Get Ready for Video Calls: Prepare for video calls with detailed descriptions of visual aspects, enhancing communication experiences.

The Be My Eyes App also includes an interactive chatbot feature, allowing users to ask follow-up questions and delve deeper into the content being described. This interactive feature enhances engagement and fosters a more enriching user experience for people who are blind or have low vision.

“The new Be My Eyes for Windows App will soon become an essential resource for accessing all the information on the desktop,” said Andy Lane, a Be My Eyes user. “It’s set to become a valuable tool for anyone who is blind or has low vision!”

The Be My Eyes for Windows App is available for free on the Microsoft Store, improving access to desktop files, images, and web content for individuals who are blind or have low vision. Find out more about the app and download it here.

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