[Ctabs] Super awesome new app for iPhone and Android!

Kathryn Webster kathrynwebster.nfb at gmail.com
Sun Apr 19 21:36:10 UTC 2015

Dear Student

In the frame of his Ph.D. project Martin Dorigo developed a novel system for reading and editing structured documents in a non-visual way on mobile and wearable devices. This App is called DOKY and it is available for Apple iPhone, iPad and Android devices!

DOKY provides you amongst others the following 3 unique key features:

 1.  A fast overview over the document structure
 2.  A fast skim and scan over the document content
 3.  Move, remove and insert elements and text

He would like to invite you to test his system. It will take you 15 minutes only:

 1.  Please go to the Apple AppStore or Android PlayStore and search for DOKY (written with Y).
Or use the following links:
 2.  Install and start the DOKY app
 3.  Follow the spoken instructions

In order to reach significant results the participation of a lot of people is required. May I ask you to forward this message to many others.

Please test DOKY until April 30th 2015. With your valuable assistance the reading and editing of structured documents will be revolutionized!

Thank you so much and kind regards
Kathryn C. Webster
Board Member | National Federation of the Blind of Connecticut
President | North Carolina Association of Blind Students
Treasurer | Connecticut Association of Blind Students
Board Member | The Science and Engineering Division
(Coordinator | Connecticut BELL Program
Executive Editor | The Federationist Newsletter
203) 273-8463
kathrynwebster.nfb at gmail.com

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