I’m pleased to announce the release of iOS Access for All: Your Comprehensive Guide to Accessibility for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch (iOS 11 edition). This is the fifth edition of my book, and it’s fully updated for iOS 11. This year’s version weighs in at 700 pages. I’m really proud of thie one, not just because it has grown along with Apple’s mobile software, but because it remains the most comprehensive iOS accesibility resource anywhere!
iOS Access for All guides you step-by-step through Apple tools designed or people with blindness, low-vision, hearing impairments, and motor disabilities. Readers also learn how to make the most of all apps included with iOS. You will also find reviews of over 100 outstanding App Store apps that happen to be accessible.
Get the book in ePub or PDF format for $20US from this site. You can also purchase it from the Apple iBooks Store. This site has lots more info, including a sample chapter, complete table of contents and testimonials from readers. And read my Welcome post.
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About the Book
From the VoiceOver screen reader, and support for hearing aids and closed captioning, Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS, includes features that make it easy for people with a wide range of disabilities to use the company’s popular iDevices. iOS Access for All is the most thorough, hands-on guide to iOS accessibility available. Readers will learn how to set up and use an iOS device in an accessible way, and how to get the most from the suite of apps provided by Apple, and the thousands more that are available from the App Store. The book also introduces mainstream iOS tools, including the Siri voice assistant, that weren’t designed for accessibility, but that nonetheless enhance the productivity and pleasure of disabled users.
About the Author
Shelly Brisbin is a writer, editor, podcaster, and cocktail enthusiast. Her career in tech journalism spans 25 years, 15 books, hundreds of articles for leading tech publications, and several stints on the editorial staffs of leading trade magazines and Web sites. She served as editor-in-chief of Blogger & Podcaster Magazine, networking editor for MacUser Magazine, and an editor for online learning company, Powered, Inc. She currently covers low-vision technology for AccessWorld Magazine. You can hear her talk tech on The Parallel and Maccessibility Roundtable and lots of other podcasts.