Chirp for Twitter – The VoiceOver Accessible Watch App: Meet 16 Year Old Developer Will Bishop
That Blind Tech Show (TBTS) Special Edition brings you the developer of the Watch App Chirp for Twitter. Will Bishop may be just 16 years of age and his youth does not get in the way of his app development. His new app for Watch OS is called Chirp for Twitter. With the help of a couple of VoiceOver users, Brian Fischler being one of them, Will has turned Chirp into a very accessible app for the Apple Watch. And you can dind now get the just released Chirp for Twitter app by going into your Watch App and tap on the App Store tab and search for Chirp for Twitter.
You can also fine Will’s other app he developed called Nano for Readdit.
Chirp for Twitter is the best way to use Twitter on your Apple Watch.
You can browse your, timeline, lists, like and retweet things, and even post your own tweets.
Sent and view direct messages, catch up on the latest trends in “Trending”, or search for your favourite hashtag.
Chirp lets you see quotes, pictures, hashtags, mentions, and so much more.
Version History Jul 15, 2018 Version 1.1.5
The Accessibility Update:
Hey guys! Thank you for using Chirp for Twitter!
This update is focused on VoiceOver accessibility, a highly requested feature. It also comes with some other features and improvements.
Extensive VoiceOver Support.
Links in profiles can now be clicked.
“Share Tweet” added to tweet viewer.
You can find Will Bishop on Twitter @WillRBishop
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