From the Apple online newsletter for November 2020

Welcome to the November 2020 edition of AppleVis Unlimited, our monthly
newsletter which highlights what’s new and noteworthy
on the AppleVis website. Below, you’ll find a selection of the best content
posted to AppleVis by members of the community –
from new app entries, to app updates, to the latest news and podcasts.
We are pleased to highlight the newest apps.

1. A Detective’s Demise (iOS/iPadOS, US$3.99)
A Detective’s Demise is a dark, tech-noir inspired 3D audio adventure
experience. Take on the role of the “Detective,” a Lambton
enforcer with a few tales to tell; as you delve deep in the grime and
mystery of a future District 5. Traverse the mean streets of
Dusklight’s most brutal district as you search for “her,” encountering all
manner of creatures, the lowest of the low, emboldened with heightened
technology at your side. Pitch Black: A Detective’s Demise.

Current Version: 1.6 (November 5, 2020)
Read A Detective’s Demise’s AppleVis App Directory entry for more
Visit A Detective’s Demise’s App Store page

2. Choose your Face (iOS/iPadOS, US$2.99)
Are you ready to be the star of the moment and get 100,000 gold coins?
Choose an emoji… with a hidden amount of coins and get
ready to open other face like boxes to see how many coins they have. Will
you get 1 coin or 50000? Will you rise to the top and get
100,000? Will you instead take the offer from the bank, which will bug you
every once in a while to tempt you with some coins? Or will you continue
opening until the end until you discover the coins in your box?
25 faces with different sounds, carefully designed for the game;
A custom announcer will tell you every prize you open, getting excited or
sad depending on your luck;
Bank coin offers which change depending on the amount of coins remaining to
Cool music to enhance your gameplay experience;
Fully accessible with voiceover and for low vision users.

Current Version: 1.1 (November 12, 2020)
Read Choose your Face’s AppleVis App Directory entry for more information
Visit Choose your Face’s App Store page

3. Echoid (iOS/iPadOS, US$0.99)
Audio game fully accessible to blind and visually impaired people.
Give your eyes a short rest, make use of your ears for playing!
Listen carefully to where the trap appears and do not let the ball get into
it. To control the ball is as simple as ABC – just use swipe to the left and
swipe to the right.
This interesting and endless game with retro inspired sounds requires quick
reflexes and concentration!
The longer you play, the more points you score, the more difficult your game

Current Version: 1.2.0 (July 2, 2020)
Read Echoid’s AppleVis App Directory entry for more information
Visit Echoid’s App Store page

4. FiLMiC Pro-Video Camera (iOS/iPadOS, US$14.99)
FiLMiC Pro v6 is the most advanced cinema video camera for mobile. Ever.
FiLMiC Pro has been enhanced with cutting-edge
capabilities and the most responsive manual filming app available on iPhone
and iPad.
A multi-time iOS Video Camera App of the Year, FiLMiC Pro has been used in
more high profile video projects by award winning
directors than any other video app:
FiLMiC Pro provides filmmakers, newscasters, teachers, vloggers, artists and
musicians with the capability to shoot in a true LOG
gamma curve (included in the Cinematographer Kit optional in-app purchase).
LOG V2 allows for greater tonal range and flexibility in post production by
expanding dynamic range by up to 2.5 extra stops and setting the iPhone’s
capabilities on par with camera
equipment such as dslr costing thousands more. †

Current Version: 6.12.8 (November 25, 2020)
Read FiLMiC Pro-Video Camera’s AppleVis App Directory entry for more
Visit FiLMiC Pro-Video Camera’s App Store page

5. Jack: record with system audio (macOS, Free With In-App Purchases)
Jack is the best utility to record video streams, calls, meetings or online
courses and video with the original system sound.
With Jack you can record your screen, microphone and system sound (speakers
If you want to record a meeting, choose to record your microphone (your
voice) and the system sound.
If you want to record an online presentation or video, choose to ignore your
microphone and record only the system sound.

Current Version: 1.4.0 (October 31, 2020)
Read Jack: record with system audio’s AppleVis App Directory entry for more
Visit Jack: record with system audio’s App Store page

6. KeyBell – Typing loud feedback (macOS, Free With In-App Purchases)
You will fall in love with this utility app. KeyBell plays a relaxing and
nostalgic mechanical sound every time you type something on your keyboard.
You can choose from multiple sound profiles, including modern ones and the
app stays in the background without ever interrupting
you from your workflow.
It works on your entire Mac, on all apps, including Mail, Office, Pages,
Notes or browsers.
It’s perfect if you write a lot on your computer because the sound feedback
gives you a productivity boost and you will want to type even more. It’s
designed for journalists, writers, bloggers, programmers or anyone who wants
to change the boring and silent

Current Version: 2.2.0 (October 8, 2020)
Read KeyBell – Typing loud feedback’s AppleVis App Directory entry for more
Visit KeyBell – Typing loud feedback’s App Store page

7. Phone Play (for iPhone & iPad) (macOS, US$4.99)
With Phone Play you can mirror your device, listen to music, play games on
big computer screens and record media from your
iPhone and iPad.
Connect to your computer with a lightning cable and transform your device
into a music player, a gamepad or joystick, a recording
device. Show demos, read documents, view photos, enjoy Youtube movies. All
on big computer screens.

Current Version: 1.2.0 (October 11, 2020)
Read Phone Play (for iPhone & iPad)’s AppleVis App Directory entry for more
Visit Phone Play (for iPhone & iPad)’s App Store page

8. Viskey (iOS/iPadOS, Free With In-App Purchases)
Viskey is the Visible Keyboard
With large text preview and good contrast, Viskey lets you leave your
reading glasses in your pocket. You can pinch zoom the
Viskey is an easy to use accessible keyboard that doesn’t sacrifice modern
features. It offers spelling support, auto-correction and
auto-capitalization. You can use cursor keys to review existing text in
larger type.
Text preview with size adjustment for all text fields.
Cursor keys, tap to move by character, hold space and tap to move by word.
Spell Check
Auto-Correction, adds corrected words to user dictionary
System Shortcuts
User Dictionary
Configurable black on white
Optional key popup with big font

Current Version: 3.2 (November 27, 2020)
Read Viskey’s AppleVis App Directory entry for more information
Visit Viskey’s App Store page

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