“In 2022, our mobile app users were up 32 percent year over year, digital room nights rose 27 percent and digital revenues climbed 41 percent. ”Anthony Capuano President and Chief Executive Officer
Validate Touch Target Size
Ensure Seamless WCAG 2.2 AAA Compliance
Instantly determine if your app’s elements meet the touch target size requirements for smooth interaction and selection. Avoid overlapping touch targets while boosting usability and inclusivity. When used early in the development cycle, this validation can uncover design issues before they impact user experience.
Validate Color Contrast
Effortlessly Meet Apple & Google Accessibility Guidelines
Instantly quantify color contrast ratios between text and background and automatically compare to Apple and Google’s accessibility standards. Prevent poor color combinations that affect users with visual impairments, fostering an inclusive and user-centric experience.
Validate Content Labeling
Support Screen Reader Functionality
Optimize your app or mobile website for usability with screen readers that convert text, buttons, images, and other screen elements into speech or braille. This advanced validation helps you ensure more complete and accurate labeling of all UI elements within your codebase.
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What is Mobile Accessibility Testing?
Accessibility preferences and standards are in place to benefit users with visual, auditory, cognitive, and physical disabilities. But did you know that they can also benefit other users as well? For example, many individuals with perfect hearing might still enjoy movies with subtitles on the screen.
Mobile accessibility testing ensures that any accessibility features of mobile apps are operating properly; if not, then engineers are able to address the issue before it becomes problematic for users.
Why is Mobile Accessibility Testing Important?
By prioritizing accessibility and inclusivity, we’re working toward a more equal and just world. Best practices for accessibility also encourage us to more carefully consider our content and design, so that it can be beneficial to as many individuals as possible.
What are the WCAG Guidelines?
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are published by the Web Accessibility Initiative of the World Wide Web Consortium, and outline four principles:
WCAG guidelines additionally identify testing criteria for each principle.
How does Kobiton’s platform test for accessibility?
Accessibility testing is performed during standard differential and declarative testing measures, so that the application being tested is fully operational for those with unique circumstances, like a hearing impairment or vision impairment.
Accessibility testing is part of our more general usability testing, and exists to ensure that software is available to anyone who wants to use it.
Is there a free trial for Kobiton’s mobile app testing tool?
For a limited time, new clients can request a trial. Let’s get started today!