Feelif, feeling life


Want to help us represent Feelif?

Become a Feelif Ambassador!

We want the blind and visually impaired to be able to use digital content without limitations.

With your help, we can achieve our goals sooner.

Become ambasador

Our promise:

  • All our applications will be made available to you at special discounted prices.
  • You will be the first to receive our new applications.
  • We will listen to all of your feedback to ensure that you get exactly what you need.
  • We will assist you with any questions you may still have.
  • You will be invited to special Feelif events.
Our promise

Ambassadors are dedicated to the Feelif mission

Offer us feedback on our devices and on our apps.
Anything we can do to make our products better suited for their users helps us and them.

Share your Feelif with your friends.
Show them how much fun it can be to play games together.

Tell us, and the world, what you think.
Leave a review of our product on Google or on social media using #feelif.

The ambassador offer is a priviledge.
We will keep track of your commitment to the dedicaton, and reserve the right to revoke ambassador status.

Become an ambassador

Our users about Feelif

  • Vera Rapagão

    Vera Rapagão

    International Projects Coordinator at Fundação Raquel e Martin Sain, Lisbon, Portugal

    “As a trainer, I think Feelif (especially its tablet versions) is a very interesting educational resource, which allows, in a simple, quick and personalized way, to respond to our student’s needs. For me, as an educator, one of the most interesting features is that the software allows you to build your one material, according to the specific subjects you are teaching and adapt them to the needs of my blind students. “

  • Sabriye Tenberken

    Sabriye Tenberken

    developer of Tibetan Braille

    Remarkable woman Sabriye Tenberken, the developer of Tibetan Braille and co-founder of Braille Without Borders and Kanthari international, said: »We all liked it very much.«

    She is a winner of many honors and awards and she was also a guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show titled: 8 Women Oprah Wants You to Know, segment Phenomenal Females: Sabriye Tenberken's Journey.

    This is her's testimonial about Feelif:

    We tested Feelif with 4 blind people. Two who are very techy and who work professionally in the IT field and two who are just users of computers and phones, including myself.
    I personally have never used a tablet and it took me a while to get familiar.
    Later, once I started to 'get the hang of it', my reaction was similar to one of the other three test persons. We all liked it very much.

    1. the tactile bumps help to navigate and to orientate on the screen. This makes it easy to understand where app you are on the screen. Especially for those who are not users of larger touch screens, it is a good entrance.

    2. All four blind persons including myself were very intrigued by the games and we tried all of them. We all felt it would be a great tool, especially for blind children in schools to be introduced to drawing, memory skills, games and any other strategy you can develop.

  • Angela Mancini

    Angela Mancini

    Teacher of the Visually Impaired, Mary Cariola's Children's Center

    I'm so impressed with the tactile and auditory information the device provides. I haven't seen anything else like it that is as comprehensive and useful. My students have multiple disabilities, so it's not something they would be able to use independently, but I've been very happy so far with it and the kids I've tried it with this week have had positive responses to it. So far, so good!

    Thanks so much for telling me about the Feelif Pro!

  • Diane Brauner

    Diane Brauner

    Manager, Paths to Technology

    About Learning Braille: A number of preschool Teachers of the Visually Impaired (TVIs) had the opportunity to try Feelif Creator; these TVI’s loved the braille games! The haptic vibration provides unique feedback of isolated dot positions, encouraging emerging braille students to focus on individual dots and the critical spatial relationships between each dot. The gentle vibrations also help students to develop good finger sensitivity required to feel braille dots.

    Diane Brauner is also a teacher and a parent. She is the manager of the Paths to Technology website and she collaborates on a variety of educational assistive technology projects, including training TVIs on iPad accessibility. She is also a COMS with 25 years experience who loves to integrate assistive technology into O&M lessons.

  • Mag. Daniele Marano

    Mag. Daniele Marano

    Austrian Association Hilfsgemeinschaft

    I have tested Feelif Creator and I see the special smart tablet as an innovative product with high potential. Feelif Creator can already usefully be used in digital education and entertainment (playing games).

    Daniele Marano, expert for accessibility and information and communication technologies for blind and partially sighted people at the Hilfsgemeinschaft (Austrian Association in support of the blind and visually impaired)

  • Mia Koritnik

    Mia Koritnik

    13 years old

    What I love the most about Feelif is that you can play fun and interesting games and at the same time you can also practice orientation. With Feelif I can draw, learn math and even Braille, which is great. My favorite games are Memory and Battleships.