I'm Shalin, the creator of the app Voice–OCR Document Reader on the iOS App Store (https://apps.apple.com/us/app/voice-ocr-document-reader/id903772588).
The point of Voice was always to have a dead-simple interface that lets you scan and read documents faster than ever. I even posted about it a few months back (https://www.applevis.com/forum/free-ocr-app-voice-massive-update-after-2-years).
Quarantine has given me a lot of time to make that app better, so I will be launching another mega-update to the app. This time, I want to make pushing buttons almost obsolete by making the entire interface Voice-controlled. So you'd be able to say things like "flash on", "pick from photo library", "set language to Spanish," before capturing a picture, and then while Voice is reading your document, you'd be able to say things like "pause," "next page," "restart," and many more commands!
I really think this would be pretty fun to use, especially since it must be so annoying to navigate poorly designed and inaccessible interfaces. I will obviously release a quick manual that contains all the Voice commands, and will definitely post again it once the app is out in the market!
My question is, does anyone have any other accessibility app requests? Some examples could be a voice-controlled email reader, or a voice-controlled PDF reader with custom text-to-speech voices. Or any other things you guys wished existed that I didn't mention?
Since I have time this summer, I would love to build more accessibility apps, so comment below and I'll build the apps that are the most requested!