For Window-Eyes Users/Newly Released App/iTunes Enhance

Rod Hutton, who has written several apps for the Window-Eyes screen reader, has released version 1.0 of iTunes Enhance. At the moment, the app contains three extra hotkeys to rewind, fast forward or play/stop a piece of music. He is, however, asking for additional suggestions. As the Windows edition of iTunes is a bit awkward when it comes to keyboard navigation, I will definitely be contacting him with some suggestions for future updates to his app.
Of course, users of Window-Eyes can just press the Windows key along with the letter G to run the Appget app, which essentially brings the entire contents of the App Central Repository right to your screen reader, without the need to actually go to the site. Once the list of apps is available, press ctrl-F to invoke the "find" dialog and type iTunes, which should find the iTunes Enhance app. This will allow you to download and install it.


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