By blinky321, 10 December, 2012
I think all apps should be tested first for accessibility before relest in the store. and this should also be written in the discription that says assable with voice over. I understand that blind or vision Impaired people are not the only ones that us e a apple device well then in that case they can tern off voice over if they don't need it. I'm not sure how to sujest and app for your directory but i am using an app called talking tuner witch i use to tune my guitar and ukulele. the accass is good with voice over its just the app need to be ina quiet room
Testing all IOS apps?
not sure if i agree
frank are you blind or vision impaired do you work for apple
am I blind or vision imnpaired and do I work for apple.
Accessibility testing of IOS apps?
Not Sure How This Would Work
Last poster, Franks response?
Testing apps for accessibility.
Accessibility and apps
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Agree and disagree
I have been reading through this forum. Now, maybe they can't make every app accessible. It just isn't anywhere near logical or possible. However I do think that some apps do need to become accessible. Take sports manager games for example. I love soccer, and I love baseball, but there are no huge well-known manager apps for this on the App Store. Games like FIFA ultimate team should be made accessible. It's possible. Most of it is just words and the graphics don't matter. And also, well-known apps and big popular apps should have a note in the description saying whether or not it's accessible. Or, the ones that make sense anyway. I agree and disagree with stuff in this forum. I'm done ranting. See ya guys
I have to disagree on this one
Like Frank was saying, not every app can be made accessible, and Apple can't demand/force developers to go back and implement accessibility.
Following up to what I just said, not every developer uses a coding applicaiton that supports VoiceOver's codes/graphic label options for VoiceOver.
Also, there are many apps out there that just can't be made accessible.
Pokemon Go is working on accessibility, but who knows, they may have not been able to do it.
The only thing I rely on now is the iOS App Directory, and Marty Schultz's Blindfold Games.
So, other than that, and a few other card, word, puzzle and roleplaying games that are accessible, there is no chance that all the other inaccessible apps can just become accessible with a forceful/demandful action from Apple.
Sorry for the long post, but it's just what I think.
@Tunmi Jubril is Pokemon Go really working on accessibility? I haven't heard anything on this and just thought it as a lost cause. I think a better alternative to this would be rewarding developers that make their apps accessible.