Breath Bird - Breath Control Function App for iPad
Author: Disabled World
Synopsis and Key Points:
Breath Bird was created for persons with hand or finger disability or those who have problems speaking post to Twitter.
Main DigestBreath Bird is a simple Twitter client application for person with hand or finger disability.
Japanese company TechFirm has just a released a free Twitter client called "Breath Bird" for the iPad in the Apple iTunes App Store.
Breath Bird was created for persons with hand or finger disability, or those who have problems speaking, post to Twitter by breathing into the iPad microphone.
The Twitter function is simplified so that any person, from children to elder people, can easily use.
The Breath Control Function detects the strength of the breath, and converts it to keyboard inputs.
Breath Bird Features:
Sleep function of screen.
Reference to Twitter Timeline.
Custom keyboard input by tap.
Strength setting of Breath control.
Automatic renewal of Twitter Timeline.
Scanning function and keyboard input using Breath control.
Breath Bird is Compatible with the Apple iPad and Requires iOS 3.2 or later.
Download Breath Bird for Free from itunes.apple.com/us/app/breath-bird/id438630073
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