PODCAST EPISODE

ClubHouse And ClubDeck Are They Really What They Proclaim To Be

Blind Tech Guys

May 26 2021 • 1 hr 58 mins


Welcome to episode 86 of the Blind Tech Guys. We trust you will enjoy the latest episode of the pod.


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Main Topic

Marco spoke with accessibility specialist and all-round great guy Neil McCullough, who walked our listeners through how to use ClubHouse, and the developers of ClubDeck, Pierre Stanislas and Philippe Breuils.


App of the Week

Kirt demonstrates Spotify on an Android phone.

Did You Know

Marco demonstrates notification settings and do not disturb on Android on a Samsung S21 Ultra.

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