Submitted by Dane on Saturday, December 21, 2013.
Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Description of App
The official iClarified app is the best source for the latest Apple news. It also offers clear and precise tutorials to help you use your Mac and other Apple devices. FEATURES: ● Read the Most Recent/Trending Apple News ● Get Help From Detailed Apple Tutorials ● Save News/Tutorials for Offline Reading ● Get Updates Via Push Notification ● Comment on Your Favorite Articles ● Search for Topics of Interest ● Share Via Email, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and Facebook ● Pull Down to Refresh Article List ● Full iOS Multitasking Support ● Automatically Loads New Articles When Opened ● Retina Display Support NAVIGATION: ● Swipe Left/Right on an article to move to the next or previous article. *Please report any bugs found at http://www.iClarified.com/appsupport rather than writing a review for this purpose.
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Apple Watch Support
Device(s) App Was Tested On
The actual news articles are read by VoiceOver if you are able to select one. The main problem introduced with the latest update to this app is the inability to read the article list with VoiceOver. This makes it time-consuming to read the iClarified headlines, since the user has to randomly double-tap on one of the unlabeled items in the center of the screen, read the heading at the top of the screen, then double-tap on the back button in the lower left corner, and repeat the entire process. Once an article is loaded, it is possible to do a double-tap and hold gesture to pass a swipe through to the app to switch to the next article, but this isn't convenient, since VoiceOver does not clearly announce the newly loaded article unless the user manually searches the screen for the heading near the top. This works for me as an advanced VO user, but it's definitely not user-friendly for new users of VO and iOS devices. It's also inconvenient for those of us who might just like to quickly browse headlines.
VoiceOver reads most page elements.
Most buttons are clearly labeled.
There are some accessibility issues with this app, but it can still be used if you are willing to tolerate these issues and learn how to work around them.
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