Founded in 2010 by David Goodwin, AppleVis is the go-to resource for blind and low vision users of Apple technologies. With an active, engaged user base and a vast collective understanding of accessibility on Apple's platforms, members of our community support each other in accessing the maximum potential of Apple hardware, software, and services.

What We Offer

AppleVis offers a number of free resources to assist and empower blind and low vision users of Apple products and related applications:

App Directories

Our iOS, macOS, Apple Watch, and Apple TV app directories provide a list of apps tested for accessibility by members of the AppleVis community.

Discussion Forum

The AppleVis forum is open to any and all Apple-related discussion.


The AppleVis Podcast features community-submitted app demonstrations, interviews with developers, and a monthly Apple news round-up.

More information on submitting a podcast for possible inclusion on the AppleVis Podcast.


The AppleVis Blog features both editorial content and news of interest to blind and low vision users of Apple products.

More information on the AppleVis Blog team.


The Guides section is a comprehensive collection of member contributed articles that provide helpful tips, tricks, and step-by-step instructions on how to use various Apple products and related items.

Hardware and Accessory Reviews

The Reviews section provides honest and informative member contributed reviews of various hardware and accessories that can be used with Apple products.

Get Involved

The best way to contribute to our community is by sharing your Apple knowledge on the forums, app directories, or through user-submitted content. Your insights empower fellow members to access the maximum potential of Apple hardware, software, and services.

You can also help more visually impaired Apple users discover our community. Share links to AppleVis on your website, blog, or social accounts. Word of mouth is impactful too, so tell others about the support and information here.

Together we can build an even stronger community of Apple enthusiasts who exchange expertise to enhance accessibility and support each other in getting the most from Apple technologies.

AppleVis is run by a dedicated team of volunteers who give their time and expertise to make this community possible. We don't receive any external funding or sponsorship, which means that we rely on the generosity of our community to keep the site running.

If you appreciate the resources and support that AppleVis provides, please consider making a one-time or regular micro-donation to help cover the costs of maintaining and developing the site. Every donation, no matter how small, makes a meaningful difference and helps us continue to improve the experience for our users.

We're grateful for the ongoing support of our community and are committed to providing valuable resources and support to all visually impaired users of Apple products. Thank you for considering a donation to AppleVis!

Information on the volunteers who help maintain this site and their role can be found here.

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