One case I can think of right off the bat is tech support. Let’s say someone has a computer that is not responding or they have a setting that got tweaked. A totally blind person could remote in using a Bluetooth keyboard with the iDevice and troubleshoot the issue.
I’m sure more folks will have better explanations than mine.
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This is a serious question, and not meant to be taken as snarky: What need is this addressing?
Since NVDA (and JAWS, for that matter) are PC platform only software, I can't imagine what the benefit of trying to control it from the iOS platform would be. I can't even figure out what the UI for NVDA Remote under iOS would be.
Since there seems to be enthusiasm, I ask those who have it to enlighten me.
Brian - Windows 10, 64-Bit, Version 21H1, Build 19043
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