How many of us here have downloaded an app that is not accessible with Voice over? I bet 99.99% have done that, right? Although we have the AppleVis web site to see if a certain app is accessible or not, it is still better to have the freedom to explore the app store without the thoughts of taking the risk of losing our money, right? I'm aware that you can report to the iTunes support to have a refund, but for me, it's better not to deal with that anymore.
Since the AppleVis has started a monthly campaign for an inaccessible app, i was just thinking that why don't we go to a big time campaign, such as filing a petition to the itunes store to have an app trial. I know this may seem so impossible to happen, but we have nothing to lose if they ignore or reject it, right?
I don't know how this thing could be implemented, but if you think about it this approach does make really sense for all the app consumer, not only for the blind community.
Have any thoughts in regards wid this matter? Let me know if this makes sense for you or how impossible for this to happen.