I would like to say that, while the Logos app or software is a great tool and has a portal to great books, study materials, etc., it, however, is the most inaccessible app to those who are blind or visually impaired and rely on screen readers, such as Talkback or ShinePlus--Screen readers for the Android OS.
I don't know if this ommission is by design or a simple oversight, but whatever it is, it's a shame that a Christian-based company or publisher would ignore certain groups of the creation when it comes to reaching all.
I am asking whoever that is in charge of Accessibility, to kindly look into the issue of the Accessibility of the Logos app on Android, and make it accessible.
I'd be more than willing to be a beta-tester, and as a matter of fact, have sent a message to the Accessibility team, asking them to enroll me as an accessibility tester.
Hey Warren, thanks for the feedback.
We're trying to do the best we can to serve as many people as possible. As such, we haven't had the resources to focus on Accessibility for mobile. This is certainly an area of improvement for us-- and I would love to hear more of your thoughts.
Shoot me an email at email@example.com with any other accessibility suggestions you might have.