By Pangeran Satrya Indra Tjahyadi, 5 September, 2020
iOS and iPadOS
Hello all members, this is me or everyone of you feel the same like me? Is that true that Disney+ is not accessible for voiceover users? If so, how can we help to improve the accessibility of that application? thanks for your reply
Disney+is quite accessible.
I use it almost every day and it works fine, sure there were a few issues when it first came out, but now it works quite well.
There is only one unlabelled button on the playback screen which is for airplay, but it's easy to find out what it does.
Can it use the standard gestures for accessing playback menus?
I have the disney app, but haven't used it all that often because on my Apple TV, the standard 1 finger swipe down didn't access menus as it seems to do on most of the other streaming apps. I'll have to investigate whether or not this has changed in subsequent updates. Fortunately, I was somehow able to turn on Audio Description using my phone, but it would still be nice if the Disney app used the gestures we're already familiar with. Even Amazon Prime Video, which still has its own TTS for whatever reason, uses the 1 finger swipe down to access menus while playback is in progress.