Description of App:
The Most Powerful Name in News™… in the palm of your hand. Introducing the first and only news application for your iPhone from the #1 name in news, the FOX News Channel. With the FOX News iPhone app - receive FOX News Alerts, read fair and balanced headline news stories, stream live video, listen to FOX News Radio, browse through photo galleries, and watch the latest FNC clips on demand, all for FREE! Flip your iPhone into landscape mode and view FOX News Desktop, a brand new way to browse content. Top stories and videos cycle through the app every few seconds (or you can swipe through yourself), and watch as the actual FOX News Channel ticker scrolls across the bottom of the screen. Live Video Stream live breaking news events from America’s Most Trusted Name in News, FOX News! Make sure to signup for breaking news alerts, and we’ll let you know when live events are available for streaming. Watch the Strategy Room, an exclusive live web program, every weekday for an entertaining discussion of the day's top stories, plus a variety of hour-long shows on topics including business, health, technology, and entertainment. Alerts Receive breaking FOX News alerts for stories and live video alerts to stay on top of the day’s most important headlines. Audio Listen to FOX News Talk Radio – live, while navigating through the FOX News app. To turn on FOX News Talk Radio, simply select the ‘more’ button and follow instructions, or by turning your phone to access FOX News Desktop. Shows View the latest videos from the #1 cable news shows and anchors on the FOX News Channel. See when your favorite show is on and find out the guests in advance. Share / Save Articles, photos and videos can be shared with friends via Facebook or Twitter, and can be saved to Favorites for viewing later. We Report. You Decide®… On-The-Go!
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This app now allows you to access all of its features with VoiceOver. Browsing articles, navigating to different sections, and reading content is accessible. However, there is something that indicates that it is "loading" and I'm not sure if that's an iAd or if it's actually part of the article I'm trying to read. Certainly, Fox News has made this app useable, and this is good to see.
VoiceOver reads all page elements.
All buttons are clearly labeled.
The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver, but the interface could be easier to navigate and use.
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