Updated: Jul 16, 2021
WeVoice+ is a free mobile app that connects visually impaired people and volunteers.
The interface for the visually impaired has three functions, volunteer support, album and artificial intelligence text recognition.
If a visually impaired user encounters a complicated situations, such as the environment in the street, or things that artifici
al intelligence cannot recognize, such as a verification code, they can take pictures and send them to the volunteers and let the volunteers describe the content to the visually impaired user by voice or text.
The artificial intelligence function can recognize text and objects. Visually impaired users only need to take pictures of related texts or objects, and the system will read out the content by voice after analysis. This feature allows visually impaired people to use their self-help capabilities, make life more convenient, and protect privacy. Bank statements and personal letters no longer need to be read by others.
On the other hand, there are many passionate people who want to be involved in volunteer activities, but they might not have enough time to do so. Conventional volunteer work requires people to devote half or even a whole day during a designated time and venue. As a result, these activities are not flexible. WeVoice+ can enable everyone to be a volunteer at any time and any place, helping those in need.
You only need to register by email to become a volunteer of WeVoice+. We do not collect any personal data for any purpose.
Volunteers receive photos sent from visually impaired users and can describe the content of the photos to visually impaired users by voice or text.
Here are download links for Google Play and App Store:
Google Play (Android phone) https://play.google.com/store/apps/details......
App Store (IOS) https://apps.apple.com/....../%E6%82%85....../id1492669051
WeVoice+ is a free-to-install mobile app based on the concept of using technology to help others. It connects different people in the society and also helps others to help themselves.