Radio stations, podcasts and reading services of special interest to blind and visually impaired persons; as well as their friends, family, caregivers and those wanting to know what life is like without eyesight.
All stations under Community Radio are owned and/or operated by persons with limited or no eye sight. Genres include oldies, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, alternative, classic Rock, Old Time Radio and more.
Reading services provide narration of newspapers, magazines, periodicals and other print publications including: USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and hundreds more.
Podcasts are produced by blind and partially sighted individuals, and cover topics including: broadcasting, computers, radio, technology, Independant Living, Travel, and much more.
With an active Sero account, you can gain access to many more radio stations and podcasts, as well as an award-winning online community featuring real-time voice chat rooms, voice-enabled forums, blogs, personal websites, and more.
An auto-renewing subscription to the content and community features of Sero is available within the app for just $5.99 per month. Without a subscription or free trial, you'll have access to a small subset of our audio content, and none of the community features such as forums or voice chat.
If you purchase a subscription within the app, your iTunes account will be charged when you confirm your purchase. Your subscription will then automatically renew for $5.99 per month unless auto-renewal is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You may manage your subscription and turn off auto-renewal by going to your iTunes account settings after you start the subscription.
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Ratings and Reviews
Serotek Next Venture on ton Mac
For the Blind Mac user community, one had to either rely on iBlink Radio for iOS, use Google Chrome, or install a Windows virtual machine in order to access System Access Mobile Network. With iBlink Radio, this annoyance has been resolved. iBlink Radio for the Mac functions and feels almost exactly the same as iBlink Radio for iOS. The only difference for a Voice Over user is the requirement to interact with tables and hitting the return key instead of swiping.
I very much welcome and applaud Serotek for creating the iBlink Radio app for Mac, and looking forwards to future releases and enhancements to their product line.
Please note that inorder to access SAMNET from iBLInk Radio, one must first have a valid subscription to their service. To sync ones account, interact with the main table and proceed to the bottom of the list and select SAMNET Sampler. After inserting your login credentials, the top item in the main table will be the option to Connect to SAMNET.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.