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blindFind for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch App now offers Siri support

Version 1.2 of blindFind app for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch supports Siri Shortcuts. This allows you to use voice commands to find landmarks in your vicinity that have been equipped with a blindFind box, hear information about a landmark, and play an audio clue to help you find it. Using a headset and the “Hey Siri” command, iPhone can remain in your pocket as you explore your vicinity.

You can try this at the following locations.

  • Dresdner Rathaus (Dresden Town Hall), Dr.-Külz-Ring 19, 01069 Dresden
  • Begegnungsstätte der Kreisorganisation Dresden im Blinden- und Sehbehindertenverband Sachsen e.V. (community centre of the German Federation of the Blind and Partially Sighted, Dresden district), Strehlener Straße 24, 01069 Dresden
  • Stadtbad Sömmerda (public swimming pool of the town of Sömmerda), Rohrhammerweg 10, 99610 Sömmerda
  • Schwimmsportkomplex Freiberger Platz (public swimming pool), Freiberger Platz 1a, 01067 Dresden
  • Georg-Arnhold-Bad (public swimming pool), Helmut-Schön-Allee 2, 01069 Dresden
  • Kombibad Prohlis (public swimming pool), Georg-Palitzsch-Straße 50, 01239 Dresden
  • Schwimmhalle Bühlau (public indoor swimming pool), Bautzner Landstraße 92 c, 01324 Dresden
  • Festspielhaus Hellerau (festival theatre), Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 56, 01109 Dresden
  • Japanisches Palais (with integrated audio description), Palaisplatz 11, 01097 Dresden

blindFind App for iPhone is available on the App Store. The android version is available on Google Play. You can download both apps free of charge.

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