Steven’s Purchases & Twitterific App Developer Returns With New App Tapestry
In this episode of Double Tap, hosts Steven Scott and Shaun Preece are back with their usual chat and banter.
The show kicks off with Steven reminding listeners about their YouTube channel, where they upload video versions of their episodes. He then teases an upcoming YouTube video focusing on the accessibility features of the Apple Vision Pro, a device that has been met with mixed reviews and confusion about its purpose.
Shaun shares his excitement about his new Focusrite Vocaster Two, which has significantly improved his audio quality, much to Steven’s approval. Steven talks about moving away from a traditional mixer to the Vocaster Two and praises its accessible software.
Steven also talks about his recent purchases. He shares his experience with the Orbit Reader, which he bought from eBay. Despite initially receiving the device set to French, Steven manages to switch it to English and performs a firmware upgrade. He discusses the importance of reading manuals and how it helped him navigate the new device. He also talks about his new Victor Reader Stream Three and highlights its compact size, tactile buttons, Bluetooth capabilities, and support for SD cards up to one terabyte. He notes the device’s potential as a content consumption tool and expresses his eagerness to use it for reading newspapers and other media.
In the second half of the show, there’s an interview with Gedeon Mayhew from IconFactory, who introduces Project Tapestry, an upcoming app that aims to unify social media and news feeds into one accessible platform. Gedeon discusses the challenges of developing apps without venture capital and how his Kickstarter helps mitigate financial risks.
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