This app is not accessible to VI users - please upvote this to get voicebo's attention
VoiceBo 17 Mar 15
Hi All, Firstly, we thank you for all your suggestions and we too believe that the Visually Impaired are very important members of the community and we shall do whatever we can to accommodate them. Secondly, this matter was only brought to our attention over the weekend, and it is now only Tuesday. As a startup with limited resources, we can only do so much, but we do listen and we will do what we can, where we can. If anyone has any suggestions, you can also create Direct VoiceBo's and include the username @VoiceBo in the description and we will get back to you. Or, you can contact us also via our Contact Form which can be found under the More button in the app or on our website. If you have any technical ideas or explanations on how to implement the changes you want, it could also be helpful to provide these thoughts in any such communications. You might also contact @Brett with a direct VoiceBo too and he can be the go between that assesses what the tech team might work on and how. Android audio testing is continuing and we are working on that, as all the other many suggestions. The VI fix could be something very simple, or it could be complicated, but we will certainly look into it ASAP. @nyssapod @ernmander @omaniblog @LoobyTuscadero - Thanks All
nyssapod 16 Mar 15
I hope VoiceBo do something about this
omaniblog 16 Mar 15
Simon - I feel the same way. There's no way I'm going to break off contact with the people I'm connected with via Audioboom. That would be like turning my back on friends. Instead I'll continue to listen, share & record Boos. At the same time I'm using VoiceBo for a political reform campaign on behalf of the Yes side in the Irish Referendum on 22 May. Those audios can be listened to by anyone - no obstacle to them being found via Search. But I think I'm going to find a way to share them on both.
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