Use your mobile devices to see the world. visorApps creates just the apps you need. All of our iOS apps work perfectly in conjunction with Apple’s great screen reading software VoiceOver and are fully accessible. Our Android apps are fully accessible, too. Please contact us for a consultation about developing accessible apps.

visorApps applications

visorApps applications

The first two proprietary apps from visorApps were ColorVisor and the game MouseKick.

  • Icon: BlindFind-AppBlindFind for iPhone

    The BlindFind app displays nearby landmarks or items that have been equipped with visorBoxes, so people who are blind or partially sighted can locate them independently by following audio cues.

  • Icon: BlindFind-AppBlindFind for Android devices

    The BlindFind app displays nearby landmarks or items that have been equipped with visorBoxes, so people who are blind or partially sighted can locate them independently by following audio cues.

  • Icon MouseKickMouseKick for iPhone and iPad

    This entertaining game is fun for both players with unimpaired vision and for the blind. MouseKick is about tapping away the mice that pop up in the cheese as quickly as possible.

  • App-Icon ColorVisorColorVisor – the one and only
    Your iPhone, your Color Identifier

    ColorVisor transforms the iPhone into a colour scanner. The app is mainly designed for the blind and visually impaired, for example, for colour-blind users. It runs on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch operating iOS version 5.0 and requires an integrated camera. ColorVisor is also a practical help for those with unhindered vision for defining colour tones in diverse colour modes.

App development for third parties

App development for third parties

Accessibility is our top priority. Guided by the inclusive principles of “design for all”, developing accessible Apps for our clients is our daily business. Our unique combination of in-depth knowledge about the needs of blind and low vision users and our extensive programming expertise are the perfect foundation of our work.

  • Audio Book App blista leselust for iPhones, iPads, and Android DevicesIcon of the blista leselust app

    This app, blista leselust (blista joy of reading) lets readers of the Deutsche Blinden-Bibliothek (German library for the blind) borrow, download, and listen to audio books. If you are out and about and cannot download your books, you may also stream them. In addition, you can order audio books on CD as well as Braille Books to be sent to you by post.

  • Audio News Service App Tonpost for iPhones, iPads, and Android DevicesIcon: Tonpost App

    The Tonpost app allows our listeners to subscribe to publications in DAISY format produced in the diocese of Trier. ‪Publications include the Trierische Tonpost audio magazine, der Paulinus weekly magazine of the diocese of Trier, a biweekly TV guide, the Behinderung und Beruf magazine as well as DAISY Talking Books from the catalogue of the diocese.

  • Hörbücherei App (Talking Book Library App) for iPhone, iPad, and Android DevicesIcon: Talking Book Library

    The Hörbücherei app, developed by visorApps for the North German Talking Book Library for People with a Print Disability (Norddeutsche Hörbücherei für blinde, seh- und lesebehinderte Menschen), allows readers to borrow and listen to books from the catalogue of the successful Blibu NBH&CB app. The Hörbücherei app is primarily intended for sighted people with a print disability.

  • Sloom App on iPhoneSloom – Let’s You Listen to Colours with Your iPhone

    The Sloom app has been developed for Maria Taebling by visorAps. Based on our ColorVisor app, it uses the camera to identify colours in the environment and turns them into sound.

  • Icon of the dzb lesen App dzb lesen for iPhone, iPad and Android Devices

    dzb lesen, commissioned by the German Centre for Accessible Reading (dzb lesen), has been designed for iPhone, iPad and  Android.

  • App-Icon eKioskeKiosk for iPhone, iPad and Android Devices

    eKiosk, commissioned by the Swiss Federation of the Blind (Schweizer Blinden- und Sehbehindertenverband), has been developed by visorApps for iOS and Android simultaneously.

  • Icon of the Blibu NBH&CB AppBlibu NBH&CB for iPhone, iPad and Android Devices

    Blibu NBH&CB was developed by visorApps for the North German Library for the Blind and the Foundation for the Central Library for the Blind in Hamburg (Norddeutsche Blindenhörbücherei und Stiftung Zentralbücherei für Blinde in Hamburg). The app enables listeners to search through the library’s catalogue of audio books, braille books, and audio films, to order books and films, and to order and manage their orders.

  • Icon of the Blibu BHB AppBlibu BHB for iPhone and iPad

    Blibu BHB was developed by visorApps for the Berlin Library for the Blind (Berliner Blindenhörbücherei). The app enables listeners to search through the library’s catalogue of audio books and audio films, to order books and films, and to manage their orders.