Assistive technology features Touch/Gestures, Screenreader/Self-voicing
Last Updated Dec. 13, 2017, 3:45 p.m.
Tested with Voiceover for Non-visual accessibility. The Read Aloud and Visual tests are in another evaluation.
Tests that are not supported are: Print page navigation, Read navigation information, Add a note, Navigation between internal hyperlinks, table navigation and Navigation by headings
Operating system accessibility
Reading system activation
Opened the test file using Dropbox
Navigate to chapters through the Table of Contents
Navigate content by pages
Print page navigation feature is not available. There is an option to view the TOC with print page or reflowed page numbers. But there is no option to browse or skip to print pages.
Navigate by reflowed page number
Three finger horizontal swipe can be used to turn pages.
Read navigation information
The page number and a page scroll bar is displayed on the screen and it can be checked with Voiceover. The name of the current section cannot be determined without totally losing the current reading position particularly when the immediate previous section/chapter heading is on the previous pages.
Perform a search, review the search results
The search results are easily accessible with Voiceover. However, Voiceover focus does not precisely move to the searched term in the book content. The text in the destination page has to be read from beginning.
Highlights, Notes, and Bookmarks
Add a Bookmark or Highlight
Review and navigate Bookmarks or Highlights
Add a note
Text cannot be selected for highlighting. In fact, when Voiceover is running, it is not possible to bring up the context menu containing add note option.
Review and navigate Notes
The Notes Tab in TOC is accessible with Voiceover. Once notes have been added, they can be reviewed with Voiceover.