How accessible is the document scanner on the iOS notes app with voice-over for someone who is completely blind
I've just found out that the iOS notes app has an inbuilt document scanner, but I was wondering how accessible this was with voice-over.
For example, is there a way to get voice-over to tell me how to position the camera in relation to the document to get the best angle for the picture, and when cropping out background, can voice-over help me with this also?
Thank you for your help.
Voiceover does say "move camera slightly up" and "move camera slightly down" many times before it snaps a picture. Nut once captured I could not get Voiceover to read the document.
Once you have the photo saved try reading it with seeing a i.
That works well for me.
How do you get in to the document scanner in Notes? I just see a button where my presently saved notes are and to create a new folder. I had no idea the scanner was even there.
On an iPad I tapped new note in the upper right. That opens a text entry area and the onscreen keyboard. Along the top of the keyboard to the far right I tapped insert. This brings up a few options one of which is scan document.