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AppleVis 2013 Golden Apples Announced

AppleVis are a user-powered website for blind and low-vision Apple users, and they have just announced their winners for their four Golden Apple awards for the past year. This is the second year that AppleVis have awarded Golden Apples, and it’s great to see community members voting on what works best for them.

The Golden Apple Award for best iOS App went to MBraille, a feature-rich Braille app. Considering that not all of the AppleVis community uses Braille, our users’ support of the app is all the more meaningful. MPaja – the developer behind MBraille and several other accessible apps – was also voted Developer of the Year.

Papa Sangre II, a wildly popular audio adventure game, was voted to be the best iOS game of 2013.

For the second year running, the feature-packed and accessible Mac OS X Twitter client YoruFukurou took the award for Best Mac App.

For the best 3rd Party Hardware or Accessory, the AppleVis community chose the Aftershokz Bluez bone-conduction Bluetooth headphones.

If you haven’t already visited AppleVis, I suggest you pay it a visit. For blind and low-vision iPhone, iPad, iPod and Mac users it’s a must-use website.

Website: Announcing the AppleVis Golden Apples of 2013

– Ricky

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