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Money-counting app for the visually impaired

Money-counting app for the visually impaired

LookTel has created an iPhone app that allows for the visually impaired to know the amount of money that they are holding.

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Technology is helping people live a more independent life. Not only is there technology that makes the iPhone accessible to the visually impaired but further applications that focus on these users and improving their day to day lives.

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Financial Services
United States
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