Community Accessibility Ratings

This page brings together all of the accessibility ratings submitted by any member of the community and for any app.

Displaying 26 - 50 of 448
Name Datesort ascending App Name Accessibility Rating Accessibility Comments
14 May, 2019 Timecrest: The Door Fully Accessible No additional comments.
8 May, 2019 Dark Sky Weather Partially Accessible It's a long, long time since Dark Sky was close to being fully accessible; and unfortunately the developers have also long since given up on caring. Here are just some of the problems: There are buttons below the list of forecasts for upcoming hours which toggles what data is shown in those hourly forecasts. These buttons are invisible to VoiceOver, meaning that you are unable to access much of the weather data available in the app. If you double-tap on a day, hourly forecasts for that day are revealed on the screen. This is also completely invisible to VoiceOver, meaning that you can only access hourly forecasts for the current day (but, see above to be reminded of of how you are only getting limited access). Moving focus through the main window is horribly unreliable, particularly if you do double-tap on a day. On the notifications tab, a number of the available options are invisible to VoiceOver. And, let's close with something else invisible to VoiceOver, and that's two of the four tabs along the bottom of the app window. Yes, there are four, even though VoiceOver only finds two - weather and notifications. Okay, the tabs for weather maps and reporting the local weather aren't a big miss for me. But, making all tabs on a tab menu accessible must surely be quite low hanging fruit when it comes to VoiceOver support. If the developers don't even care about this ... well, it's a pretty good indication of where VoiceOver support fits on their roadmap. It doesn't! And, yes, they have been told about these problems. This app currently being rated on here as fully accessible is seriously off the mark.
4 May, 2019 Be My Eyes – Helping the blind Fully Accessible Perfection; couldn't be any easier or more accessible
29 April, 2019 Landlord Tycoon Fully Accessible There are a few unlabeled buttons in the marketplace, but nothing that prevents you from playing. I figured out that they are filters for the properties in the market.
28 April, 2019 Nearby Explorer Fully Accessible No additional comments.
27 April, 2019 Microsoft Soundscape Fully Accessible No additional comments.
26 April, 2019 Sweatcoin - Sweat for Coins Partially Accessible No additional comments.
18 April, 2019 Overcast Fully Accessible No additional comments.
11 April, 2019 Subwords Fully Accessible Although this app is accessible with VoiceOver, I'e noticed that VoiceOver can sometimes lag and focus can jump.
11 April, 2019 Grubhub: Local Food Delivery Mostly Accessible That this developer doesn't seem inclined to resolve accessibility issues makes me want to look at other options. I prefer not to encourage the lack of making apps fully accessible by not patronizing those apps and developers that show a distinct lack of consideration by not addressing their accessibility problems.
8 April, 2019 Game World: Play With Friends Fully Accessible No additional comments.
8 April, 2019 Etsy – Shop Creative Fully Accessible No additional comments.
4 April, 2019 Boxed: Bulk Quality Essentials Mostly Accessible There are numerous buttons on the home screen that are dimmed out for Voiceover users. Also, when you select an item, through search or otherwise, there is a section that says something like "other people bought" with a list of things after it. None of those are accessible. Also, every item has some heart button. What is it? While I would say this app is overall accessible, I do not agree at all that it is fully accessible and easy to navigate and use.
2 April, 2019 Voice Dream Scanner Fully Accessible No additional comments.
28 March, 2019 Cash Reader: Bill Identifier Fully Accessible No additional comments.
26 March, 2019 Seedship Fully Accessible No additional comments.
17 March, 2019 Habitica: Gamified Taskmanager Mostly Accessible This app is mostly accessible in that all controls that I have encountered so far are properly labeled and recognizable. However, a few things to note: the avatar setup was very confusing, so I had to ask a sighted person for assistance, moving past the setup screen with display name and username settings was impossible with VO, and it is impossible to move to other tabs of the app from the to-do tab.
8 March, 2019 BlindSquare Fully Accessible AS this app is intended for blind users, it's very accessible with VoiceOver. Particularly noteworthy are its features to listen to previous announcements and its support for braille displays, which would be beneficial to deafblind users.
5 March, 2019 Grab Fully Accessible The app is very much accessible to VO, however there some unlabeled buttons which can be easily delt with
24 February, 2019 MiniWiki Fully Accessible No additional comments.
21 February, 2019 LetSeeApp Fully Accessible No additional comments.
18 February, 2019 BlindSquare Fully Accessible No additional comments.
16 February, 2019 Speaking Email - voice reader Inaccessible Using the current version of iOS, version 12.something, this app is completely inaccessible. The only thing I could do was browse the welcome screen. Beyond that nothing worked, the "Get Started" button on the welcome screen didn't work or respond, so the welcome screen could not be dismissed, so the app could not be used.
12 February, 2019 Cash Reader: Bill Identifier Fully Accessible The app looks interesting, ,especially like the black/white mode, beeping to let you know its on, and the vibrations for the currency. Cash reader can read banknotes in pretty much any circumstance. You can play with it showing folded bills or under different lighting conditions to prove its eficiency. Also Cash Reader is much faster than any other money reader out there. Another great advantage of Cash Reader is that the app can read banknotes in pretty much any circumstance. You can play with it showing folded bills or under different lighting conditions to prove its eficiency.
10 February, 2019 Microsoft To-Do Fully Accessible Microsoft To-Do is 100% accessible using iOS device with VoiceOver. Hints, rotor actions, and controls interface nicely and efficiently with the screen reader, and Microsoft has even taken steps to ensure that all information presented visually could be presented verbally as well. A user can get their things done in a serious manner, regardless of whether they are sighted or visually impaired, using this app.

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