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@podder 1.5

@Podder is an evolving podcast receiver designed for partially sighte listeners.


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  • Last Updated: Feb 18, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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@podder is a MP3 & Audio software developed by After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for @podder:

Edit by Brothersoft: @Podder is an evolving podcast receiver designed especially for partially sighted listeners. distributes and enhances @Podder. Please join our community of developers, listeners, and supporters to realize the potential of podcasting for our audience
@Podder is maintained and enhanced by Dr. Susan L. Gerhart (vita). Dr. Gerhart offers podcasting and web search Analysis services through Research Outlet and Integration using the twURL application. Visit an NSF sponsored website to experience some of her earlier work on computer and Homeland Security instructional modules in buffer overflows and Transportation bioterrorism defense (shown below). Susan is also partially sighted, using her personal experience to design a new genre of software for "baby boomers and beyond".

1. It's free! An alternative to other podcatchers and an experiment in an "easy viewing" model of software
2. Partially sighted users gain a simple interface on an effective podcast receiver, with even more support from external speech tools
3. Podcast collector can save, Annotate, and organize gigabytes of podcasts with web PaGE descriptions
4. Accessibility researchers can learn how a visually impaired developer/user likes a different interface, e.g. voice enabled beyond screen reading
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