Making accessible apps means developing products that are compatible with existing ATs available for each platform.
In most cases, app developers create their products without having accessibility in mind. This means that some of the information that the OS sends to ATs running in the system will not be available when the third-party app is in the foreground. As a result, this gives inaccessible apps. This lack of accessibility can be partial or complete, depending on what's missing from the development side.
Developing apps that are accessible through ATs and expose all the needed information for that is not difficult. Best practices on accessibility development allow engineers to create accessible apps with minimal extra effort.
Also, design of interfaces can be done following some best practices which will make it accessible for all users, no matter of what extra ATs they need in order to interact with the mobile device.
62. Applications (apps)
Apps can be a low-cost solution to difficulties with various work related activities. Apps can help with time management and organization. Apps that provide assistance with prioritizing and staying on tasks by way of reminders, calendars, and checklists are common types of accommodations. Apps can help individuals access information or communicate in an alternative way. Apps can also be a low-cost alternative to equipment or can be used in conjunction with other, more traditional, forms of accommodation to enable an individual to perform job tasks.
63. Apps for Addiction/ Alcoholism
64. Apps for Anxiety and Stress
65. Apps for Autism
66. Apps for Concentration
67. Apps for Individuals Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
68. Apps for Individuals with Bipolar Disorder
69. Apps for Individuals with Eating Disorders
70. Apps for Individuals with OCD