I completely agree with you on this Tyler.
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On 2/23/19, Tyler Wood <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Missing out, then.
That's like saying you won't buy an app on a computer because it's not
in the windows or mac app store. It is just sillyness.
I wish more apps did that. Google and apple love to snatch money away
On 2019-02-23 10:24 a.m., Sarah k Alawami wrote:
I will never use that program because you don't buy it from the the
play store, hence I don't trust the devs. They did give a reason as to
why they cannot put it in the play store but I have now forgotten it.
On 23 Feb 2019, at 4:58, Mallard wrote:
Yes, I use Telelight in Android, which is a great app developed by
people at the University of Tabriz, in Iran.
I'll never be grateful enough to those devs for giving such a
great solution, while the devs of the actual Telegram app treated
our requests for accessibility with contempt, to say the least...
They actually replied to me using very strong language when I
first contacted them at the end of 2013, when the app had just
been released... Never seen anything like that!
The website is ok with NVDA as well, as far as I could see, but I
haven't gone into that too much, having a very good solution on my
Il 23/02/2019 08:12, Kwork ha scritto:
Thank you very much!
That seems to work. Better than the desktop application anyway.
On 2/22/2019 10:47 PM, Tyler Wood wrote:
The website is.
On Android, if you use that, there is an app called
Teleight that is also 100% accessible.
hope that helps
On 2019-02-22 11:19 p.m., Kwork wrote:
I've been hearing about a social platform called
Telegram. Has anyone used it here, and is it at all
accessible with NVDA? Thanks.