How to get the most out of OKO
Welcome to the OKO app instructions page! We're thrilled to have you here and we're committed to helping you get the most out of your experience. OKO is a tool designed with you in mind whether you're a new user or an experienced user looking to explore more of what OKO has to offer. Here, you'll find step-by-step instructions, helpful tips, and guides to navigate through all the functionalities of the app. So, buckle up and let's dive in to make your journey with OKO an engaging and rewarding one. Happy exploring!
The magic of OKO
Open the OKO app
Simply say 'Hey Siri, open OKO' for a hands-free experience. Alternatively, you can manually open the app by pressing the icon.
A higher sense of orientation
Point away from the intersection to begin scanning the crossing. Gradually move towards the parallel street while keeping the camera aimed in the intended crossing direction. Once the pedestrian traffic signal is identified, the app will relay the information to you, confirming that you're facing the correct direction for crossing.
OKO fully offline
A significant feature of the OKO app is its ability to operate directly on your phone, ensuring consistent performance at each crossing. This local functionality also allows you to use the app even in airplane mode if desired.
Position your phone against your chest, ensuring the camera is facing the direction you want to cross. Some users consider using a lanyard case to let the phone hang freely for added convenience.
OKO stops you from veering off
While you're crossing, ensure to keep your phone against your chest. As soon as OKO no longer senses the pedestrian signal, it indicates that you are starting to drift off course. Simply readjust your direction, and you'll be back on track.
May the Force Be With OKO
Refrain from using power-saving mode, as it can negatively impact detection speed
Create a siri shortcut for OKO
With this straightforward Siri shortcut, launching the OKO app is as easy as double-tapping the back of your iPhone.
Open the 'Shortcuts' app on your phone
Create a shortcut to 'Open App'
Select OKO as the app you want to open
Hold this shortcut to rename it to 'Open OKO'
Open your phone setting page
Navigate to 'Accessibility
In the 'Physical and Motor' tab press the 'Touch' tab
All the way at the bottom select the 'Back Tap' tab
Select the 'Double Tap' tab
All the way at the bottom you will find your custom shortcut called 'open OKO'
I have just recently over the past two weeks started using OKO, and I can honestly say this is a game changing app. it’s almost like having an audible pedestrian signal right in your hand. Plus, it is super simple to use.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ - RJ zey