iBlink Radio App for Visually Impaired with Android Phones

The free iBlink Radio app from Serotek Corporation offers radio stations, podcasts and reading services that are of special interest for the blind or visually impaired. The app was designed for the iPad or iPod Touch but is now also available for the Android Market.

Community Radio is the provider for radio services on the iBlink Radio App. All radio stations under Community Radio are operated by people with limited or no eyesight. Community Radio includes genres such as oldies, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, alternative, classic Rock, Old Time Radio and more.

Podcasts are produced by blind or visually impaired people. Topics include broadcasting, computers, radio, technology, independent living, travel and more.

Reading services include narration of newspapers, magazines, periodicals and other print publications. Some examples of publications that are available through iBlink Radio are USA Today, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times.  

“iBlink Radio is the premiere application for showcasing content produced by today’s Blind community. At Serotek, we believe that Android has many exciting things in store for us all. It was only logical that we would bring iBlink Radio to one of the fastest growing platforms for handsets and tablets.” said CEO Mike Calvo.

Serotek Corporation is run by blind people who are passionate about living the accessibility anywhere mission every day. The company, headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is dedicated to leveling the playing field for people with disabilities. Serotek creates assistive technology products for computers for people who are visually impaired. The company aims to be the brand that offers the most convenient, affordable and easy-to-use products in the marketplace.