[nabs-l] IPod touches

Patrick Molloy ptrck.molloy at gmail.com
Fri Nov 4 01:01:58 UTC 2011

I have a Nano, slightly different from a Touch. VoiceOver is actually
really easy to learn. Once you get used to the idea of a touch screen,
it's fairly straightforward: Tap once to hear the name of something,
tap twice to activate it. Hope this helps.

On 11/3/11, Sam Hogle <hogle.sam at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all. I went to the store today to look at the IPod touch. I'm most
> likely going to get one, but I wanted to get feedback from others who
> have used voice over on them first. Since we are all students, I'm
> guessing most of us are pretty familiar with our technology. So, I was
> wondering if any of you had used one, and what you thought when it came
> to how hard it was to learn and how useful you found it.
> Sam
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