if your are not deaf and blind, you will surely rather use a screenreader to handle your phone.
Nuance Talks runs fine on many Nokia Symbian OS phones.
Nokia should rather concentrate on screenreader accessibility.
That the accessibility topic is not important for Nokia is obvious.
I can write here, because I can see.
Blind people fail to register because of the strange letters that have to be entered - there is no way to *hear* them instead of reading.
Also Nokia Maps is getting worse to use with a screenreadre with each version!
If you want to improve, do the obvious things first.
Until then we are worried about the sanity or hearing of finnish blind person association who gave their name to promote this useless application... It takes you at least 3 minutes to read an sms with this tool...
It's just embarrassing for nokia, nothing else.
If you want to make blind persons a favor, produce cellphones that you can use with *any* headphone, also with ones that go with hearing devices and that are comfy for all ears.
Deaf blind persons will demand for a braille interface, because reading is much faster then.
And, by the way, next time you develop a feature for the blind, make a podcast, not a video.
It is not explained without looking at the video, how the application works.
As I said - made without thinking.
OpenStreetMap Accessibility Contributor