To address this issue, IBM has released a free toolkit and an accessibility checker that will help developers fine-tune their applications for people with disabilities.
The guidelines provide byte-sized information to app developers with details on what they should focus on when it comes to accessibility.
Accessibility Checker is available as a plugin for Chrome and Firefox.
Those apps should have a very big label in the App or Play Store saying this app is not accessible.
If you want to contribute to IBM’s project and add more accessibility guidelines, you can check out the Accessibility Checker’s code here.

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