[CLOSED] Vote Now for the 2016 Inductees into the AppleVis iOS App Hall of Fame
We are pleased to announce that voting for the 2016 inductees into the AppleVis iOS App Hall of Fame is now open.
First opened in 2011, the AppleVis iOS App Hall of Fame is one of the ways in which the AppleVis community seeks to recognize developers of accessible iOS applications. Apps in the Hall of Fame can be liberating; empowering; life-changing; provide access to information that sighted users take for granted; or, in some cases, they can just be good fun!
In short, the iOS App Hall of Fame represents the best of the best in accessible iOS applications, as decided by the AppleVis community.
To be eligible for induction to the AppleVis iOS App Hall of Fame, an app must:
- Be fully accessible to blind and low vision users.
- Be from a developer with a demonstrated and long-term commitment to full accessibility.
- Have been available in the App Store for a significant period of time.
- Demonstrate excellence in design, functionality and operation.
Below are the nominees for the 2016 induction to the AppleVis iOS App Hall of Fame. The two nominees with the most votes will be inducted.
- 1Password - Password Manager and Secure Wallet
- A Blind Legend
- Microsoft Outlook - email and calendar
- Overcast: Podcast Player
- Seeing Eye GPS
- Tweetings for Twitter (iPhone & iPod touch edition)
- Twitterrific 5 for Twitter
- Workflow: Powerful Automation Made Simple
Simply use the form below to cast your vote now.
Please note that you need to be registered and logged in to vote. So, if you don't see the voting form, please login and return to this page.
Voting closes at 23:59 PST on Friday 20 May 2016.
If there is a particular app that you are disappointed not to see on the shortlist, please take a moment to nominate it for a future vote.