Apple Highlights Global Accessibility Awareness Day With Dedicated Section in App Store

Apple tends to launch new sections within its App Store quite frequently, especially when they’re trying to highlight something with the apps available within its store.


Now, to highlight the Global Accessibility Awareness Day, which “raises the profile of and introducing the topic of digital (web, software, mobile app/device etc.) accessibility and people with different disabilities to the broadest audience possible,” Apple has highlighted several different apps that aim to help the cause.

The entire list of apps includes:
Proloqueo2Go
Proloque4Text
Instapaper
TapTapSee
Voice Dream Writer
WorkFlow
Transit App
Djay 2 for iPhone
Overcast
BrainPOP
Choiceworks
Kid in Story Book Maker
LetterReflex
DanKam
BlindSquare
ReSound Smart
TruLink Hearing
ASL Dictionary
TEDiSUB

Global Accessibility Awareness Day began in 2012 and is held every third Thursday in May. The purpose of the day is to "get people talking, thinking and learning about digital (web, software, mobile, etc.) accessibility and users with different disabilities." Apple has often been praised for its excellent integration of accessibility support and features throughout iOS, so it comes as no surprise to see them highlighting different apps that leverage such features.

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