Blind App launches in Melbourne’s CBD for blind people

Launched by a local business and developer, the Blind App is a solution that allows blind people to use their smartphones to create blind QR codes and create blind-friendly websites.

With the app, you can create your own blind QR code and then send it to your friends or a family member via Facebook Messenger, Twitter or email.

This means that if you are looking for a place to store your blind QR Codes, this app is the solution for you.

The app can be purchased through the Blind app store and is currently available for iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle and Windows.

“We want to empower the blind community to share the joys of being a blind person, and we hope that it will inspire others to create their own unique blind experiences,” CEO Sam Vig said.

The blind app works by scanning the QR codes on your smartphone screen and displaying them on the website.

You can then tap the QR code to add it to a list of items you can view.

There is also a ‘pin it to save’ feature where you can save a QR code for later use.

Vig’s company, Blind App, was founded in 2013 by his wife, who also works as a software developer.

In an interview with Fairfax Media, Sam Vigg said that his company was inspired by the success of the blind app “Bubble” which was launched in 2013 and had already sold more than 50 million downloads.

He said that he was inspired to start the Blind Company after reading about the plight of blind people in Australia.

“I wanted to create something that would be a catalyst for more and more people to start a business with the help of technology, to get their business off the ground and give back to the community that helped us to start Blind App,” he said.

Vigg’s app has been downloaded more than 25 million times, with the majority of those downloads coming from the United States.

“There are quite a few other people who have done this but they haven’t gone through as much success,” he added.

“This is the first app that has been launched in Australia and it has taken off quite well in other markets.”

The app has received more than 100,000 reviews and received a lot of positive feedback from people who said that it made them feel more confident to be a blind user.

“The app is really easy to use, there is no coding required, and it’s very simple to use.

It’s the same for people with vision issues, which is very cool,” one user wrote on the app’s website.

“You can send your QR code directly to your friend or family members using the QR scanner or you can also share it with a friend via Facebook, Twitter, or email,” the other user added.

The team behind the app have been using the app since it was launched and have been working on it for over three years.

Vigs vision is very poor, so he is currently taking it on the road and has been able to use the app for the past six months to test the app out.

“Our goal is to be able to make this into a commercial product by the end of the year and hopefully that is when we will be able start commercial operations,” he told Fairfax Media.

The company is currently raising funds to continue development and to create a fully functional product.

“It has been a long road to get to this point, but it’s been a fantastic journey,” Vig told Fairfax.

“When we started Blind App we had no clue what we were doing, but we knew that we wanted to help people with visual disabilities,” he continued.

“As a blind company we are now making a difference to millions of people, and that’s the kind of thing that is most important.”

Vig is confident that the app will help in his journey to help others with visual impairment.

“My vision is good, and I am very lucky to be surrounded by good people who support me, and this is why we are making this app,” he explained.

“If we can continue to make a positive impact in this area, it will be a blessing to us all.”