As I prepare for an upcoming webinar on the iOS App VoiceOver Accessibility Teaching and Testing Plan, I am seeking your opinions on the mainstream apps that are the least accessible with VoiceOver and those that are the most accessible.
Is there an app, or part of an app, that you find best exemplifies thoughtful implementation of VoiceOver accessibility? Please describe how it is particularly accessible and explain why you believe it to be so.
Similarly, is there an app, or part of an app, that you find particularly inaccessible? Please describe how it is inaccessible, why you think so and explain what you think might be done to improve its accessibility.
I will demonstrate one each of the above accessible and inaccessible examples during the webinar, which is currently scheduled for early August.
If I use your example, I will happily mention you during the presentation.
I appreciate any and all information anyone out here is willing to provide to move this effort, and the plan itself, forward as a means of evaluating app accessibility and helping developers include blind people or improve their existing inclusion efforts.