May 1, 2017
The Aware App has a simple home screen that is very user friendly. The buttons are large with high contrast for users with low vision and the app is fully accessible with screen readers.
Wi-Fi is not required. The Aware-configured iBeacons communicate directly to the Aware app.
iBeacons must be configured specifically for the Aware App.
As with any iBeacon system, the quality and type of information provided is dependent upon the administrators who creates the audio announcements.
Users can select their starting point and destination to receive turn-by-turn directions.
Indoor navigation only; the Aware app does not provide navigational information outdoors like traditional GPS-type systems.
Read more here: https://www.perkinselearning.org/technology/posts/aware-app-review-indoor-wayfinding-app
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