The following is a list of sites containing information regarding Android and IOS accessibility. This information will be useful to developers, as well as anyone interested in learning more about how accessibility is implimented on these platforms. If you have any questions about what was presented at the Meetup group, feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
- Apple accessibility information for end users
- This is the main apple site for end users. It describes all of the various accessibility services available in both IOS and MacOS.
- AppleVis is an extremely useful site for researching accessible apps on both IOS and MacOS. Each app listing contains info about how accessible the app is. This site also hosts many guides and podcasts related to Apple accessibility.
- IOS accessibility technology overview
- This is Apple's main accessibility site aimed at app developers. In order to get access to some of Apple's developer information, you need to be registered as an Apple Developer.
- Developing accessible Android apps
- This site contains information for developers. It contains Google's guidelines for creating accessible Android apps.
- Eyes-Free project on Google Code
- This is the place to download the various components that make up Android's accessibility solution. You will find beta versions of software, as well as links to download the source code.
- Google Eyes-Free blog
- This blog is run by Google's accessibility team. It contains useful information about using the accessibility features of Android such as Talkback and Brailleback.
- This site contains a listing of accessible android apps, as well as guides related to Android accessibility topics.