Description of App
- Talk faster on the go with voice messages
- Crystal clear voice and video calls
- Instant messaging with group chats and animated smileys
- Chat with your friends or with people nearby
- Sending photos and videos has never been simpler
- Real walkie talkie mode with up to 40 friends
- Always on, no logouts, never miss a message
- Get message alerts instantly with push notifications
- Share, like, and comment on photos with your friends
- Import contacts and add friends instantly
- Available on iPhone and all other smartphones, all for free
- Download loads of new animated stickers from the Sticker Shop
Free or Paid
Apple Watch Support
Device(s) App Was Tested On
AppleVis Editor Note: the ratings for this app have been amended to reflect comments made about button labeling in the app.
Original Comments: app is easy to use all the text are readble by voiceover.
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2 people have recommended this app
This app is mostly accessible Apart from some strangely label tabs at the bottom. Chatting with this app is very straightforward, but I haven't gotten the chance to try calling. If I do, I will update this.
I believe that this app meets my needs for social networking and meeting new people. There is always someone to talk to, and you can even look for people in your area. I also like the shake future. This allows you to shake your phone and you will be matched with someone who is shaking their phone the same time you are. Like I said in the accessibility comments, I have not gotten the chance to try calls yet. Therefore, I cannot give feedback on the calling features at this moment. To use this app, you will have to register, but it is free and easy.
Well, I did try a dozen times. But I always end up at a screen telling me to: drag to complete the jigsaw. I guess I will be giving up for now. Has anyone got around that using voice over somehow?
Registration is now impossible. I'm going to send a tweet to the developers.
What? WeChat is on AppleVis? That's insane!
I can access everything that I need to using WeChat on iPad. This includes making video calls, scanning QR codes, chatting/sending/receiving files, and viewing/posting to moments feed. Registration still impossible without sighted assistance.
The Mac app is, for the most part, accessible. You receive no speech output or braille feedback when typing in the chat text box. It's easy to deal with, though, because you can review your messages afterward if needed. I had to learn how to trust my typing, as if I had turned off all typing echo, so thanks for that, WeChat? It's a good skill to have.