Monday, September 3, 2012

An Introductory Set of Accessible Mobile Applications

Are you looking for a quick and easy-to-navigate list of accessible apps? 

Searching through the reviews and descriptions of the hundreds of thousands of apps in existence can be an exhausting and daunting task, but thanks to Yahoo! Accessibility and Ted Drake, there is a list of notable apps that stand out for their accessibility options.

This introductory list of applications was chosen for a demonstration to Yahoo! engineers at Independence 2011. They were chosen for their substantial impact (Proloquo2Go), the ability to change a person’s interaction with the environment (Color ID), a focus on solving a particular problem (MoneyReader), or the content provided within the application (Tiramisu).

Click on the following link (below) to see the full list with concise descriptions.

An Introductory Set of Accessible Mobile Applications

Enjoy!  Do you know about other apps that you think deserve a mention? Have you used any of these apps?  Please use the comment box below and let us know what app(s) have made your world brighter. 


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