Touch Autism: Apps to assist with daily needs

For many individuals living with autism spectrum disorders, Down syndrome and other intellectual disabilities, communicating effectively, organizing thoughts and/or focusing on tasks, etc., may be a challenge.  Throughout the last few years, technology has granted an indefinite amount of possibilities for these individuals.  Many have noticed the benefits and thus strive to create technological apps […]

Color ID Free helps Blind Smartphone Users Identify Colors

By now, you’ve probably caught on that we at the INDATA Project at crazy for new technology, especially smartphone and tablet apps that make assistive technology more accessible to all people. If you’re interested in learning about assistive technology mobile apps, you can find more information here. Today, we’re highlighting the Color ID Free app. […]

Fleksy for iOS

Imagine texting on an iPhone without being able to see it. Fleksy allows users to type text on the familiar keyboard layout, by tapping on the screen. According to, ” our patent pending technology does not need accuracy – just tap on the screen and Fleksy will automatically detect the text you meant to enter – even […]

Tips and tricks for the iPad

All evidence seems to suggest that the iPad is not going anywhere anytime soon. In order to make the most of this piece of technology and increase its staying power, here are 10 tips and tricks that will make using your nifty gadget easy to use. Before you know it, you’ll be the master of […]

iOS Medical Peripherals: Convenient and Connected

iOS devices and operating systems are taking the world by storm. Whether it’s as simple as an addictive game like “Angry Birds” or something a bit more complex like “HeyTell,” the capabilities of iOS are tested all the time. The newest test comes in the form of health care and what an iOS device can […]