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              • GRETA user opens app in cinema before film begins. A person ready to go to the cinema.

                Mobile App Providing Captioning and Audio Description in Cinemas

                Film distributors provide Greta & Starks with an audio description and subtitles for films that are showing in cinemas and the company uploads these to the free GRETA app, which people can then use in cinemas without needing special equipment. Over 30,000 people used the app between 2014 and 2018, and 80 to 100 films are added each year.
                Greta & Starks Apps, GRETA App, Germany

              • ICT solution for people with reduced mobility to use public transport

                "App&Town Compagnon" is an app that allows people with reduced mobility to use public transport autonomously. The app was developed by Mass Factory Urban Accessible Mobility from Barcelona, Spain, and includes route planning, personalized guidance and assistance.
                Mass Factory Urban Accessible Mobility, S.L., App&Town Compagnon, Spain

              • Claudia Werneck, the founder of Escola de Gente, is holding a smartphone into the camera, which shows the start image of the accessible app VEM CA.

                Accessible platform screening events for 12 accessibility features

                VEM CA is a free and accessible phone app, developed by the Brazilian NGO Escola de Gente, that informs users where and when accessible events are taking place. The app covers hundreds of events every year and allows users to search by 12 accessible features and in 24 event categories.
                Escola de Gente - Communication in inclusion, VEM CA - Accessible Culture App, Brazil

              • This picture shows Nat, a man with cerebral palsy, while he is using the voiceitt app with a touch screen pen attached to his baseball cap. In front of him are two screens and a tablet.

                App-based machine learning enabling persons with speech disabilities to be understood

                Voiceitt is an app that uses AI to recognize the speech patterns of its users and enables people with speech disabilities to communicate in their own voice and directly with others. The app, developed by a start-up company from Israel, uses Artificial Intelligence components to continuously improve its automated speech recognition capabilities.
                Voiceitt, Voiceitt, Israel

              • A woman in a wheelchair talks to another woman who has a crutch beside her chair. She is writing. They sit in a garden, and there are green plants behind them.

                An app that connects jobseekers with disabilities with job opportunities

                The Riziki Source App collects information from job seekers with disabilities in a database that can be matched with job offers. The app also learns about the training needs of registered jobseekers. Employers have the possibility to share available job opportunities through a dedicated login.
                Riziki Source, Riziki Source App, Kenya

              • A person on a wheelchair accessing a ramp.

                Crowd-sourced reviews on 1,000 sites across Egypt

                The app allows persons disabilities to search for venues such as shops, restaurants, and public offices that provide the accessibility features that they require. Users can request Helm to review a venue and upload it to the app, if approved, or give their own ratings. More than 1,000 people use Entaleq regularly.
                Helm, Enteleq app, Egypt

              • A young boy with down syndrom is very engaged in playing on a tablet while at the same time expanding his vocabulary. In the background other children do the same.

                Literacy app to stimulate reading development for children with Down Syndrome

                La Mesita was developed at the Catholic University of Chile. It is a free app that supports the reading development of children, especially those with Down Syndrome. Users can select a specific environment, such as a fair or an amusement park. La Mesita adapts to the user┬┤s characteristics, and allows for an endless number of activities.
                Catholic University of Chile, Centre for the Development of Inclusive Technologies, La Mesita, Chile

              • A family of three, one daughter, father and mother are sitting in front of the television with the mother receiving the audio-translation of the subtitles via earphones connected to the Subreader app.

                Smartphone app that offers audio subtitles to foreign language movies and series

                SubReader reads out subtitles of movies and TV series aloud or into earphones. The app, developed by a start-up company from Denmark, is available in more than 40 languages and uses artificial voices that automatically synchronize with the soundtrack. Parts of the app are free while streaming services are for a fee.
                SubReader, SubReader, Denmark

              • A hand is holding an iphone in which a message is shown saying: "Someone needs your help. A blind or visually impaired person is calling for help."

                Smartphone app connecting visually impaired users in need with supportive volunteers

                Be My Eyes, a Danish start-up company with headquarters in San Francisco, California, introduced a free app that connects blind and low-vision people with sighted volunteers. The app consists of a two-way audio and one-way video feed that allows the sighted volunteer to be the eyes of the blind user.
                Be My Eyes, Be My Eyes, Denmark

              • A blind man holding a white cane in holding up a smartphone and smiling into the camera.

                Talking camera app for people who are blind using AI and augmented reality

                Seeing AI is a free app that uses the camera of devices to identify people and objects and describes them acoustically. Seeing AI can read texts, describe landscapes and emotions, and read the barcodes of products, thus helping the user to focus. In 2020 the app was available in nine languages and 70 countries.
                Microsoft Corporation, Seeing AI, United States of America