Community Accessibility Ratings

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

Displaying 426 - 450 of 537
Name Date App Namesort descending Accessibility Rating Accessibility Comments
19 October, 2018 Seeing AI Fully Accessible I just downloaded Seeing AI this morning, and have not yet used all of its features. But I did get a pretty good look at it, and really like it. All buttons are clearly labeled, and the help tutorials are excellent. I for one, kind of expected this app to cost at least a nominal fee given all that it can do. But Microsoft has given it to us for the low-low price of free, and I couldn't be happier about that.
20 December, 2017 Seeing AI Fully Accessible Great! When they introduced it to me I was really impressed. Well done!
15 December, 2017 Seeing AI Fully Accessible No additional comments.
21 December, 2017 Seeing AI Fully Accessible No additional comments.
26 July, 2017 Seeing AI Fully Accessible No additional comments.
19 December, 2017 Seeing AI Fully Accessible Excellent idea and implementation, obvious enhancements in a quite short time
19 May, 2018 Seeing AI Fully Accessible This app has been what people with visual impairment have been waiting for .
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.
12 December, 2018 Sero (formerly iBlink Radio) Fully Accessible I just downloaded this app to my iPhone earlier today. Everything is clearly labeled, and the interface is clean. Just what I expected from the Accessibility Anywhere people. So nice to know this works on Apple products now.
6 April, 2018 She Noire Fully Accessible No additional comments.
8 December, 2018 Shortcuts Fully Accessible This is an awesome app. This will make using the i-devices so much easier for so many people. Very impressed.
29 September, 2018 Signal - Private Messenger Fully Accessible I love this app! The team did a great job.
30 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.
29 June, 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...
28 June, 2018 Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind Fully Accessible No additional comments.
1 July, 2018 Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind Fully Accessible No additional comments.
4 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.
15 July, 2017 Skype for iPhone Fully Accessible Version 8.2 fixed all of the crytical accessibility issues introduced in 8.1. There are still no longer any actions in the rotor, but other than that flicking is more consistent, the chat box is properly tracked and there aren't any unlabeled controls.
17 January, 2019 Skyscanner Travel Deals Partially Accessible I find many important elements to be completely inaccessible. The flight search used to work pretty well a few versions ago. But as of the latest release, I am for example no longer able to change how many travelers I would like to search for (it keeps defaulting to one adult plus one child, which simply never applies to me). Neither do I find the search results to be that accessible anymore either.
22 January, 2018 Sleep Machine Mostly Accessible A few buttons are not labelled. Also, the buttons at the bottom have strange names like bot set, which brings up settings, bot favorites, and bot more. There is one button at the top that I cannot discern its function, when pressed, Voiceover simply announces, 'selected'. Also, visually, there appears to be another button to the left of this one at the top. It looks like a button, but I don't have enough vision to read if there is a label, or to discern what the graphic is. Voiceover will not navigate to this either with flicking or exploring. It is also possible to get trapped inside the alarm clock screen. A two finger scrub will not navigate you out of it, and there is a back button that sometimes disappears. When this happens, the only solution I've found is to close the app, and re-launch it. As a whole though, it is usable. It is possible to select the sounds, hear what each one does, then make a choice. It's possible to adjust the volume, and go in and adjust the stereo balance. It's possible to save your mixes in favorites, and load up new ones, etc. It just has a few problems, but overall, a very good app.
1 May, 2018 Sleep Watch by Bodymatter Partially Accessible I can't accept the term and condition, very fastrated.
15 May, 2019 Smart Chef Smart Food Scale 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.

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