Description of App: 

The eBay app is packed full of features that make it easy to browse, buy, sell and manage your eBay experience whenever and wherever you are!With eBay mobile you can:● Search, Bid, Buy or Make offers on unique items from sellers worldwide● List your items for sale on eBay in minutes● Use the barcode scanner to find items, compare prices or start a new listing● Get customizable alerts about your eBay items and activity● Track your packages● Leave feedback● Read and respond to eBay messages● Follow your favorite searches and sellers for quick access to the latest inventory● Revise your listings and manage your eBay business on the go● So much more. We’ll stop here so you can start shopping now.KEEP IN TOUCHThanks to all our loyal fans for your support and suggestions! Your feedback is important to us. Please contact us with any questions by tweeting @askebay or join the discussion at www.ebay.com/iOS

Apple Watch Support: 

Not Known



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Accessibility Comments: 

as of version 4.0, there is a major accessibility issue, this is where you tap on the refine button to refine your search, and then you can't navigate the app or do anything, all you can do is read your phones status bar till you leave or restart the app. most buttons are clearly labelled, when filtering feedback by 6 month, 12 month etc, the word month isn't used in the button labels, they are referred to as 6mo or 12 mo etc. I have found one place where unlabelled buttons seem to be an issue, this is on the home tab, when you find the part of the screen that says my feed, if you tap the see all button, you are then presented with a list of items. After each item there is a button, but the button has no text label, shame as thought all accessibility issues had been fixed. I am not quite sure what the unlabelled button is for after each feed item, maybe someone can comment and let us know? as tapping the item name appears to show item details so don't know what the button does.

VoiceOver Performance: 

VoiceOver reads most page elements.

Button Labeling: 

Most buttons are clearly labeled.


There are some accessibility issues with this app, but it can still be used if you are willing to tolerate these issues and learn how to work around them.

Other Comments: 

So far, the app seems much easier to use than the website, navigation with the app is much quicker, so as searching for items.

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