Assistive technology features Touch/Gestures, Screenreader/Self-voicing
Last Updated Feb. 12, 2018, 2:04 p.m.
Non-visual accessibility tests performed with Voiceover. Visual adjustments and read aloud tests are contained in another evaluation.
The Voiceover reading does not remain synchronized with the display. Due to this reason, the user may face difficulties in navigation and reading. The tests not supported are: Navigation from TOC, Print page navigation and Reading navigation information (Where am I).
The tests not supported with media overlay book are Phrase navigation, Section navigation, Print page navigation and TOC navigation. The media overlay playback is synchronized with the text display.
Operating system accessibility
Reading system activation
Opened the test book from Dropbox using the "open in" option.
Navigate to chapters through the Table of Contents
After selecting the TOC item, reading cannot be started from it. The Voiceover focus does not move automatically to the selected section in the book. On using explore by touch method, reading can be started randomly from somewhere near the desired section.
Navigate content by pages
Print page navigation is not supported.
Navigate by reflowed page number
Read navigation information
The name of current section and/or current page number cannot be determined without losing the reading position.
Perform a search, review the search results
The search feature and the search results are accessible. However, Voiceover focus does not move to the searched term in the book content. On tapping in the main screen area, reading can be started from near the searched term.
Highlights, Notes, and Bookmarks
Add a Bookmark or Highlight
Review and navigate Bookmarks or Highlights
Add a note
Both Bookmarks and notes are added using the same screen. Text highlighting is not supported with Voiceover.