Be My Eyes

Lend your eyes to the blind

5 Reviews
 +11 reviews
  • 27208

    Simple to use and you can help real people solve simple problems


    Rarely receive notifications (not really a bad thing per se)

    Great idea, filling a real need for people. The app is straightforward; once you get set up you just wait until you're needed. You get a push notification when someone needs assistance, sometimes even if you answer right away someone else might beat you to it. But the fact that there are lots of people willing to help others is really great. There are many more sighted people than blind people on the app, so people needing help can almost always get it right away.

    In the few years I have had this app I think I have actually interacted with someone twice. But it was a very rewarding experience.

    Simon Bromberg has used this product for one year.
  • 1181253
    Sarika LSeasoned Technology Product Head

    Helpful to the needy


    Quick disconnect

    I've used this Almost weekly n a few times twice a week when I was able to pick a call and help someone.

    Easy to use and great idea.

    1. The only issue I faced was i sometimes missed to pick a call perhaps coz I didn't answer on the first few (1-2) seconds?

    2. It's a good idea and ive been able to help people with tech n non tech issue yeah...

    But I wondered if someone could give am incorrect help (I know there are people with good hearts, but there should be some mechanism-maybe feedback system?)

    Sarika L has used this product for one year.
  • 957398
    Cathi BoscoIt's How The World Sees You!

    Just everything...


    Must get in habit of contributing to help people.

    LOVE the problem this product solves!

    Cathi Bosco has used this product for one year.
  • 1079574
    Lvan RogersDigital Marketing Manager,

    Nice app.


    No comment

    If you have time please check my project

    Lvan Rogers has used this product for one year.
  • 1268222
    Tarani VishwanathaEngineering & Product Leader at Workday

    Phenomenal idea and I see a huge potential in this product.


    Nothing so far.

    "Be my eyes" is solving genuine problem for visually impaired.

    Tarani Vishwanatha has never used this product.