Posts tagged with: iOS
Apple announces accessibility plugin for Unity games
Apple has unvieled an accessibility plug-in for Unity that can take advantage of the assistive features available on Apple devices.
Diablo Immortal will launch with a number of accessibility features with more to come
Activision Blizzard has revealed some Diablo Immortal accessibility features players can expect arriving at launch for all platforms.
Pokémon Go players incensed by incense change
A change to Pokémon Go's incense effectiveness has its players calling out to Niantic on social media to revert their decision.
Niantic announces Sony LinkBuds Audio AR technology heading to Ingress
Niantic announced that its AR mobile title, Ingress will introduce Audio AR through the new Sony LinkBuds device later this year.
Apple Music Voice offers cheaper Apple Music plan but only if you use your voice
Apple Music Voice has been announced and will offer users a cheaper Apple Music plan providing they only use their voice with Siri.
YouTube to begin slowly rolling out multi-audio track and captioning features
YouTube has announced that it is going to start rolling out accessibility features such as multi-audio tracks and other captioning tools.
Pokemon GO will keep its extended 80m interaction radius going forward
Niantic has announced that it is listening to its player base and will be keeping the extended 80m interaction radius going forward.
Among Us to Be Getting Colorblind Support as Game Booms in Popularity
Among Us has become so popular recently that more updates are planned, and one of those is the introduction of colorblind support.
Timecrest – Blind Review
Before trying a game, I always have a surge of anxiety and dread because I don’t know if a game will be fully accessible before buying. Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us 2 is an exception thanks to the extensive accessibility features implemented into the game. But otherwise, my choices in fully accessible games are […]
The Elder Scrolls: Blades — Deaf/HoH Review
The Elder Scrolls: Blades is available now on the Nintendo Switch. But how accessibile is the adventure game for Deaf or hard of hearing players?