In January BrailleTouch from the University of Georgia was launched. Now there are two and more. The newest addition to the family is called MBraille.
I started writing this post with it but it mysteriously disappeared from Blogsy on my iPad. But nonetheless, I am writing here now on my Mac.
- Supports Grade II, contracted Braille unlike BrailleTouch.
- Can do more things than braille touch and is a bit tidier in terms of menus
- Can do editing tasks
- Very frustrating to learn — dots ove around in strange ways without one realising it.
- So, not so good for people with hand issues.
- Says strange things when contractions are entered. Very verbose.