Description of App:
Earn Perk Points redeemable for cash and prizes when you use Reward Reader. Earn up to 5 points per article! Install Reward Reader and get paid for staying up-to-date on all your favorite topics.
- News & Politics
- Technology & Gaming
- Food & Drink
- Business & Finance
- Fashion & Beauty
- Film & Photography
- Health & Fitness
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*Perk is Free to Join
*Choose from hundreds of Gift Cards
*Win Tablets, Headphones, Laptops and other goodies
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*Donate to over 1,000 charities including Autism Speaks, Wounded Warrior Project, American Cancer Society and more
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fairly accessible, there are some unlabeled buttons, also, tapping on articles from the main screen doesn't seem to open them, instead you have to go into the menu, by double tapping the button VoiceOver announces as hamburger, then double tap on a category and then tap on an article you want to read.
I am not sure what the button VoiceOver reads as 3 dots button does, as tapping it shows another unlabeled button.
please note when you start the app there is a little dialogue that comes up on screen every time on launch that talks about what you can do when earning points and that says to start earning points tap an article below, this dialogue must be closed before the hamburger menu button will open the menu there is a close button to the right of the text which is read as close white.
, perk don't seem particularly interested in making accessibility improvements to there apps unfortunately. having said that points do get added to your account fairly quickly so I guess this app could be used as a quick way to rack up points if you weren't interested in reading the articles.
although I am putting perks twitter details, they never respond on twitter, only put out promotional codes for points and that kind of thing, if people want to talk to them there better off contacting them through support.