Community Accessibility Ratings

This page brings together all of the accessibility ratings submitted by any member of the community and for any app.

Displaying 51 - 75 of 496
Name Datesort ascending App Name Accessibility Rating Accessibility Comments
16 July, 2019 Fing - Network Scanner Fully Accessible works perfict with voice over
14 July, 2019 YouMail Voicemail & Call Block Mostly Accessible When I upgraded to the professional plan, I couldn’t edit the auto-attendant menu. They listen to feedback as well. The email address to send accessibility feedback is support@youmail.com and their phone number for their customer service is 800-374-0013
14 July, 2019 FEER Fully Accessible No additional comments.
9 July, 2019 Texas Hold’em Mostly Accessible No additional comments.
9 July, 2019 Swamp castle Fully Accessible No additional comments.
25 June, 2019 Just Press Record Fully Accessible Very easy to use.
22 June, 2019 Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Inaccessible Very disappointing. Very disappointing
22 June, 2019 Sonarium Fully Accessible The game-play is not conventional, as it uses a "virtual joystick". Once the concept of this is grasped, though, I think it's fully accessible and playable.
21 June, 2019 Microsoft Soundscape Fully Accessible Voiceover works perfectly with this app.
19 June, 2019 BARD Mobile Fully Accessible Works perfectly.
18 June, 2019 Tonality - Music Reference Fully Accessible No additional comments.
17 June, 2019 Voice: OCR Document Reader Fully Accessible No additional comments.
5 June, 2019 The Life Simulator Mostly Accessible No additional comments.
3 June, 2019 Hokusai Audio Editor Fully Accessible No additional comments.
1 June, 2019 Facebook Mostly Accessible No additional comments.
31 May, 2019 Hokusai Audio Editor Fully Accessible No additional comments.
29 May, 2019 NFB-NEWSLINE® Mobile Fully Accessible I just got this app earlier today for my iPhone. The interface is very clean, and all buttons and links are nicely labeled. The additional audio alerts add a nice touch too. This app will definitely be staying on my i-device, and the wide array of available content is awesome.
28 May, 2019 Alt-Frequencies Fully Accessible its fully accessible
24 May, 2019 Scrivener Fully Accessible The only thing I would change is that we could write in markdown, at least for the formatting of bold and italics and such. When I type, I either use braille screen input or a braille display, so I have to either exit out of BSI or show the keyboard then type the word I want in bold/italic/whatever then turn off the formatting and type out another word to make sure I don't screw the formatting up before continuing. Other then that, this app is perfect and there's no way I could live without it now that I've started using it!
23 May, 2019 Mobile aquarium Mostly Accessible Most buttons are clearly labeled, for the rest you can just tap to see what they do then label them yourself. Although I haven't figured out how to put hats on the fish yet. I've only had them for not even a full day though so maybe I have to wait until they get bigger? We'll see.
16 May, 2019 Bose connect Fully Accessible From what I can tell, the latest update has fixed my last big remaining bug, Voiceover getting stuck after flicking to the, "About," button. In addition, recent updates have addressed poor labeling of settings and buttons, and product selection is better defined.
15 May, 2019 Landlord Tycoon Partially Accessible Not all parts of the game can be played. Newly added features (like the „Buy Map“ part) simply don‘t work with VoiceOver. Also, in many areas, VoiceOver reads elements in a confusing order (it would in many instances first read multiple labels and then read multiple values, leaving it up to the user to figure out which value corresponds to which label. In list views, VoiceOver keeps changing the order in which elements are presented, sometimes skipping information altogether. So yes, there‘s definitely room for improvement here.
15 May, 2019 Smart Chef Smart Food Scale calorie counter & diet tracker Partially Accessible The talking scale feature can be accessed and controlled using Siri shortcut commands. As for VoiceOver Accessibility, the app is difficult to navigate and many areas are not accessible at all.
14 May, 2019 Timecrest: The Door Fully Accessible No additional comments.
8 May, 2019 Dark Sky Weather Partially Accessible It's a long, long time since Dark Sky was close to being fully accessible; and unfortunately the developers have also long since given up on caring. Here are just some of the problems: There are buttons below the list of forecasts for upcoming hours which toggles what data is shown in those hourly forecasts. These buttons are invisible to VoiceOver, meaning that you are unable to access much of the weather data available in the app. If you double-tap on a day, hourly forecasts for that day are revealed on the screen. This is also completely invisible to VoiceOver, meaning that you can only access hourly forecasts for the current day (but, see above to be reminded of of how you are only getting limited access). Moving focus through the main window is horribly unreliable, particularly if you do double-tap on a day. On the notifications tab, a number of the available options are invisible to VoiceOver. And, let's close with something else invisible to VoiceOver, and that's two of the four tabs along the bottom of the app window. Yes, there are four, even though VoiceOver only finds two - weather and notifications. Okay, the tabs for weather maps and reporting the local weather aren't a big miss for me. But, making all tabs on a tab menu accessible must surely be quite low hanging fruit when it comes to VoiceOver support. If the developers don't even care about this ... well, it's a pretty good indication of where VoiceOver support fits on their roadmap. It doesn't! And, yes, they have been told about these problems. This app currently being rated on here as fully accessible is seriously off the mark.

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