Community Accessibility Ratings

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

Displaying 151 - 175 of 429
Name Datesort ascending App Name Accessibility Rating Accessibility Comments
7 August, 2018 Envision AI Fully Accessible No additional comments.
4 August, 2018 Libby, by OverDrive Mostly Accessible Really easy to navigate the app. the navigation buttons are at the top of the screen. To browse through listings of books I simply switch the rotor to links and then flick through. I rated mostly accessible because I am not sure its fully accessible yet. I would like someone to confirm my rating or better it. Signing in was easy too. Took me less than ten minutes to figure the app out. It doesn't seem to speak automatically. But it read most if not all that was on the screen to me. And selecting and navigating seems fine.
2 August, 2018 Peapod Fully Accessible I have no issues with this app. Peapod have been great about fixing the ones I point out as soon as possible.
1 August, 2018 Sennheiser AMBEO® SmartHeadset Mostly Accessible The only issues I’ve had with the app are that there seems to be no way to manually set the EQ curve with VoiceOver, and the quick start guide also doesn’t read well with VoiceOver either.
28 July, 2018 Accessible Minesweeper Fully Accessible No additional comments.
24 July, 2018 Duolingo Mostly Accessible Most page elements are well labeled, and most of those that aren’t can be figured out by tapping around. However, the thing which has proved baffling to me lately is the apparent lack of a Comment or Submit button in the chatting feature in Clubs when trying to write a comment on a post.
24 July, 2018 Loadstone GPS Fully Accessible No additional comments.
19 July, 2018 Land of Livia Fully Accessible The game is fully accessible with voiceover. Anyone who is looking for a really good game to play this is the one. Follow this link to download and join the fun. https://r7s3v.app.goo.gl/bYBuCAP2zt6fAhbX7
19 July, 2018 iPeriod Lite Period Tracker Fully Accessible Maybe this app was previously inaccessible, but I used it in the past, and it works just fine.
17 July, 2018 Ferrite Recording Studio Fully Accessible Persistence will pay off, it takes some getting used to, read the user guide persist, and then enjoy.
16 July, 2018 Echoes from Levia: Soulbound Fully Accessible No additional comments.
15 July, 2018 FlickType Keyboard Fully Accessible Such an awesome app.
4 July, 2018 Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind Fully Accessible No additional comments.
4 July, 2018 Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind Fully Accessible This new game is even more accessible than King of Dragon Pass. There are descriptions of the pictures which I find really awesome...
1 July, 2018 Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind Fully Accessible No additional comments.
30 June, 2018 Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind Fully Accessible See https://sixages.com/resources/ for some accessibility hints.
30 June, 2018 Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind Fully Accessible No additional comments.
29 June, 2018 Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind Fully Accessible No additional comments.
28 June, 2018 Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind Fully Accessible No additional comments.
28 June, 2018 Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind Fully Accessible I've just begun digging into this game and will have a lengthy review after playing for a while. However, it's already clear that the work done on making this game accessible to blind players surpasses that done for King of Dragon Pass. This is truly a treasure of accessible games.
24 June, 2018 TapTapSee Fully Accessible No additional comments.
24 June, 2018 BlindSquare Fully Accessible No additional comments.
24 June, 2018 KNFB Reader Fully Accessible No additional comments.
21 June, 2018 Weather Gods Fully Accessible The developers do a great job with the accessibility of this app. It is just as accessible on the phone or the watch. I love the watch complication.
11 June, 2018 Strava: Run, Ride, Swim Mostly Accessible The app is mostly accessible, but after 18 months of email exchanges with various different personnel in Strava support that keep leaving their organisation, I've still failed to have them update the app to add labels for the Kudos and Comment buttons in the activity feed. Such a simple fix and they are not responsive. The desktop web view is more intuitively designed. The Name and Description edit fields for any activity for some reason are cumbersome to amend/edit, indicating they are not using proper API functions to render/implement this straight forward editable text area element. So, its a great app, but immensely frustrating that they do not respond in 2 years to the simplest of basic VoiceOver accessibility improvement requests.

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