The ultimate tool for seniors, for those with physical disabilities, as well as the best companion for touch screen devices, PAL Browser is available for FREE. A personal online ally - Physical Assistant Logistics (PAL) is the first web browser created with friendly technology for everyone to surf the web effectively.
(PRWEB) December 14, 2009 -- Brought to you by People CD, the creators of Zac Browser - the first web browser for children with autism.
“We see a need and feel compelled to help,” says John LeSieur of People CD. “Zac Browser’s appeal, embraced by 1 million users in the first year, gave us hope that if we could develop software for Autism, we could do the same for those with physical challenges.”
“Providing online solutions is a way for me to help: enabling people to navigate the web, and connect with other lives, in a way that provides ease and enjoyment to those who are elderly, suffering from disease, or disabled.”
PAL Browser has been created for three important reasons:
- To aid People with Physical Disabilities. PAL Browser allow anyone to surf the internet without needing to ever touch a mouse or keyboard.
- To provide visual assistance for mature and senior internet users through PAL Browser’s helpful magnifying tools and oversized buttons.
- To enhance your touch screen technology. Pal Browser partners with Touchsmart, Tablet PC, Smart Board and others.
“Our focus is the end user,” John LeSieur says. “Pal Browser was created to bring the best that technology has to offer - and the best entertainment (watching tv online, changing channels, accessing the news & weather, participating on social networking sites, and more!) – to those who need it, for free.”
Pal is Compatible with Windows 7 - Vista - XP - 2000 - ME - 98
For more information contact John LeSieur by phone: 702-968-0357, by email: info(at)Peoplecd.com and visit their website for detailed information: www.palbrowser.com
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