Three of the @AccessTalk team met in San Diego to record this edition from the CSUN 2013 conference. Robin kicks things off with a new labelling system for the iPhone, called VoiceEye.
Kiran has been playing with a new Victor Reader Stream from Humanware, and the team discuss the likelyhood of it supporting Audible books in the near future. Robin reports on the Microsoft Surface Pro, following his talk comparing Microsoft and Apple accessibility out of the box.
Léonie is curious about the Seeing Eye GPS app from Sendero, and Robin has a quick round up of apps being talked about at CSUN this year. Kiran and Léonie discuss the transition of apps from free to paid (and the other way around), including TapTapSee and Fleksy.
The team wrap up with early news about Jaws 15 and support for touch gestures, before heading out to enjoy the last few hours of the conference.