DeyesFree

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Friday, February 5, 2021
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Description of App

What is DeyesFree?

DeyesFree is a simple dice roller app, designed for allowing users to play simple dice games with nothing but the Apple Watch.

What makes DeyesFree different?

Natural human speech

The app announces dice rolls in clear, human speech. No more looking at the app display while trying to play your game. Focus your eyes on the game instead.

Change the dice with a swipe

Change the desired number of dice faces or number of dice with a swipe. The app will announce your new dice configuration.

Designed with accessibility in mind

This app has been designed from the ground up to be accessible by everyone. A certified Accessibility specialist has vetted this app to ensure usability and compliance with all applicable standards.

Using DeyesFree

Simply swipe left and right to choose the number of faces for your dice, swipe up and down to choose the number of dice you wish to roll. Tap anywhere on the screen with one finger or shake your watch to roll the dice. It's that simple!

Version

1.0

Free or Paid

Free

watchOS Version

7.3

Accessibility Comments

Very accessible and easy to use.

Usability

Fully Accessible

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Submitted by Daniil Gusev on Friday, February 5, 2021

is there anything similar for iOs?

Submitted by Scott Davert on Friday, February 5, 2021

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

Thank you for submitting this app into the directory! Do you know if there is a way to use standard VoiceOver gestures with regular VoiceOver support? If not, it will be useless to braille display users.

Submitted by techluver on Friday, February 5, 2021

Hello,
Unfortunately with the design decisions that had to be made, this is not very convertable to VoiceOver native support (I tried).
One work around is to double tap to do a standard tap, and double tap and hold, then drag to do the swipe (this does work), but this wasn't how the app was intended to be used.