Mobile Accessibility Testing Guide for Android and iOS – free 

Mobile Accessibility Testing Guide for Android and iOS – free Mobile Accessibility Testing for Android and iOS (PDF, 2.6MB) is a free accessible PDF outlining how to test native apps and the web for accessibility on Android and iOS. It provides an overview of accessibility settings, how to use them and common testing tools. InstructionsContinue reading “Mobile Accessibility Testing Guide for Android and iOS – free “

accessibility videos for iOS and android

According to the National Health Interview Survey, there are over 20 million people with vision loss. If you need access to the Internet, it can be upsetting that as devices get smaller, so do the font sizes. The good news is that there are a lot of new and innovative ways to access the web. … Check outContinue reading “accessibility videos for iOS and android”

Moto G 2015 accessibility options – Android Central

Moto G 2015 accessibility options Android Central Android phones have come a long way in the accessibility department, and the Moto G 2015 is no exception. Using the features and tools Google has provided for Android Lollipop, the Moto G 2015 has plenty of options for those with trouble seeing or … (curated by Lifekludger)Continue reading “Moto G 2015 accessibility options – Android Central”

Accessible Text Input in Android | Deque Systems

The default text entry field in Android is the EditText object. EditText objects are difficult because the common practices for making Android UI elements accessible (content descriptions), do not work. Android provides the framework to make EditText objects accessible, but it is important to know what, when, and how to use the built-in tools. ….Continue reading “Accessible Text Input in Android | Deque Systems”

Don’t let a disability stop you from using your smartphone Watch video from usatoday Apple CEO Tim Cook recently tweeted, “Accessibility rights are human rights. Celebrating 25yrs of the ADA we’re humbled to improve lives with our products. #ADA25.”Apple and Google have baked strong accessibility tools into the iOS and Android ecosystem, respectively. While some tools are meant to complement third-party devices, from hearing aidsContinue reading “Don’t let a disability stop you from using your smartphone”