What I'm Looking Forward To in 2016

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Hi guys,
2016 has finally come. 2015 had a lot of great developers, especially those who made their apps accessible with VO.
Just like 2015 was better than 2014, I know that 2016 will be better than 2015.
I am looking forward to more accessible games for low vision users, including blind users as well.
We had last year so many apps that became accessible. 2016 I know will do way better.
I am looking forward to more audio games as well. The reason is because lots of people are really into augmented reality games. Also, more combat games would be good, especially those people who like going on missions and hunting down zombies or evil soldiers in general.
What my point is on this whole topic is that AppleVis will be better. I love AppleVis and I can't leave it alone. It will be a strong website that the blind or low vision community will come to when they need help.

If you agree with me or want to reply please post a comment below. Thanks.

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Submitted by Mitchell on Saturday, January 2, 2016

On Audiogames.net, TouchMint, the developer of Adventure to Fate: Battle Arena, is releasing a sequel to th3ir game called Adventure to Fate: A Quest To the Future. It's either called that, or Adventure to Fate: Future Apocolypse. From what I know, he is trying to make it completely acessible.

Submitted by TJT 2001 on Saturday, January 2, 2016

Happy new year. Yes, 2015 was a brilliant year for people who own Apple products and live with a vision impairment. So many developers came to AppleVis seeking ideas on how to make their apps work better with VoiceOver. AppleVis generated a lot of positive attention when a journalist from Touch Arcade approached Applevis. We saw apps go down in accessibility, and we also saw apps that we thought would never be accessible become usable, making us part of the mainstream. AppleVis also celebrated its fifth birthday, giving developers a positive opportunity to see how their products--both hardware and software--benefit the users of AppleVis. Let's hope 2016 is even better.

Submitted by brandon armstrong on Saturday, January 2, 2016

hi all, i would really love to see more and more apps become accessible in 2016, and I would also like to see nearby explorer come over to the iphone.

Submitted by hanif naufal h… on Saturday, January 2, 2016

also this year, a developer from korean is localising there first side scrolling rhythm RPG called ji eum. the game is already released on android but will be released on iOS soon.