Assistive technology features Touch/Gestures, Screenreader/Self-voicing
Last Updated June 4, 2018, 3:58 p.m.
Tested for blind with screen reader. Media Overlay is currently not supported by the reader. The labelling of controls for Voiceover needs to be improved in all screens across the app.
This application is good for low-vision readers but not so accessible for blind readers at this time. A crucial point is the lack of the Table of Contents. The UI is quite accessible, but not intuitive. It is difficult for blind people to change page (hidden buttons) and to start TTS. It is not possible to close all the pop up windows like the Visual Settings with Voiceover running. In the free version the app does not allow full screen view of the book text.
Operating system accessibility
Reading system activation
Supports loading of files from Dropbox and other sources.
Navigate to chapters through the Table of Contents
It has a TOC view but it is not able to extract the list of sections from the EPUB.
Navigate content by pages
Print pages not supported.
Navigate by reflowed page number
Pages cannot be navigated using any gesture or menu.
Read navigation information
Name of current section and current page number cannot be determined.
Perform a search, review the search results
Highlights, Notes, and Bookmarks
Add a Bookmark or Highlight
Review and navigate Bookmarks or Highlights
Go to TOC, tap on options, switch to Bookmarks view