SeroTalk Podcast 162: Citation Needed

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While Jamie is enjoying a bit of R and R after all of our convention coverage, Joe, Ricky and Lisa hold down the fort and produce yet another stellar episode of the SeroTalk Podcast. Along with the top news stories of the week and your feedback, Joe visits with the developers of Solara, an iOS-based strategy game from Esper Labs. Our thanks to them for taking the time to visit with us this week. Be sure to follow them on Twitter and express your appreciation for their hard work.

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Mike Arigo Comparing Nearby Explorer and Sendero Seeing Eye GPS

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One Response to SeroTalk Podcast 162: Citation Needed

  1. Bubba says:

    hi, on the Subject of GPS apps . I too also think the Sendero GPS app is way over price since it is a recurring cost ! You all mention two GPS apps the one by APH called Nearby Explorer which is a great GPS app for the Android platform. It is reasonable cost for this type of GPS app at a one time fee of 99 bucks. Now there is alternative to the Sendero GPS app that is more reasonable then both the Sendero or APH GPS app. This is Blind Square GPS app and you canalso hear a podcast on it from the Blind Geek Zone site as well. This app does everthing that the Sendero orAPH app does but with a much more aforable price of just 20 bucks one time fee! Now I don’t think they make one for the Android platform as of now! But I think this is worth checking out as well. Again it is called Blind Square .

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