looking for an accessible dice app

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Hi all. I am looking for a simple, accessible dice rolling app. I have the IPhone6s. I'm looking for an accessible dice rolling app that will roll either a 1, a 2, a
3, a 4, a 5 or a 6. I want to use such an app when I play snakes and ladders. I have a snakes and ladders board with the snakes and ladders painted on it. Until
now, I rolled my braille dice when I play snakes and ladders but sometimes the dice rolls off the table. So it would be nice if I can rather have a dice rolling app on
my phone that I can use. Which app would you suggest that is blind friendly? Many thanks.

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Submitted by Dave Matters on Thursday, March 14, 2019

The subject line says it all. This is the best app that I have found, and you can make custom Dice with it as well as rolling the standard sets.
Hope this helps,
Dave

Submitted by Joseph Westhouse on Thursday, March 14, 2019

I just downloaded the new app Ready to Roll and have been mostly satisfied with it. The only thing tempering my review is that occasionally the controls are a bit finicky, i.e. sometimes a two-finger tap will be read as both a two-finger tap and one-finger tap in quick succession. But it certainly does the job, and I appreciate the dice roll foley sounds, which are a nice touch. I haven't used Natural 20 so I can't comment on any comparison. Ready to Roll is $1.99 USD on the app store.

Submitted by techluver on Thursday, March 14, 2019

I switched from natural 20 to ready to roll, and I'm so glad i made the switch.

Submitted by Tangela on Thursday, March 14, 2019

Ready To Roll is a wonderful app for rolling standard dice, however the smallest dice value it has is a d4. If you need to roll d2's and 3's, you may have to use the first suggestion given, at least for now.

Submitted by Jenna Pepper on Saturday, April 24, 2021

ReadyTo Roll isn't available in the states apparently. Thankfully, Natural 20 works well for single dice rolls. The multiple dice tab is a little too busy for my taste, but now I can at least play D&D without having to worry about a constant internet connection to roll with a discord bot or something. I'm happy that I can also roll a d2. No need to worry about coin flipping either.

Submitted by techluver on Sunday, April 25, 2021

If you have an apple watch, might I suggest Deyesfree ?
It has features like shake to roll, as well as using human speech to delive the dice rolls.

Submitted by peter on Sunday, April 25, 2021

Just ask Siri to roll the dice and she'll do it for yu for free!
If you want her to roll two dice just say "Siri, roll two dice".

simple.

--Pete
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Submitted by Shersey on Tuesday, April 27, 2021

I use this app for dice rolling on my phone when I'm away from my computer. I want to check out the apps others have mentioned, though this one works pretty well for me. And since it's completely free, without even in-app purchases, there's no harm in giving it a whirl. :)

App Store Link:
https://apps.apple.com/us/app/roll-the-bones/id982844707

Thanks
Shersey,

Submitted by DMNagel on Tuesday, April 27, 2021

It's actually an excellent app. It's 100% free, 100% voice-over friendly and 100% customisable. What more could a man possibly want? I just tried it today and I'm keeping it.

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