Good Vibes is now available for download through the Galaxy Store and will be available via the Play Store in the coming weeks. Communicating with deafblind people can often be a challenge, and Good Vibes is going to create a platform where our society will be able to do that with relative ease.

Alongside Good Vibes, Samsung India is also re-releasing another app called Relumino that’ll help the visually impaired.  Relumino is Samsung’s smart visual aid that helps near-blind and visually impaired people to see things better and clearer. It combines Samsung’s Gear VR headset with a smartphone app that enables users to view images, read books, and watch TV with better clarity. The mobile application enhances the quality of visuals and text that is shown to the user.

Its Vision Assistive Technology processes images obtained by the camera of smartphone and improves viewing conditions by compensating via edge enhancement, contrast enhancement, text enhancement, blind spot remapping, and distorted image correction. Samsung, along with the National Association for the Blind (NAB) Delhi, will provide the equipment in classrooms to help students with low vision.