Appt.org empowers developers and organizations to build accessible apps for everyone. On this website you will find current statistics about the use of accessibility features on mobile phones, code documentation for iOS, Android and other platforms, official guidelines, in-depth articles and tips.
Almost half of the Dutch iOS users surveyed have one or more accessibility settings activated on their phone.
What is more, a large group even uses two or more accessibility features on iOS.
Most commonly used features on iOS
Adjust text size
Shake to undo off
More than half of the Dutch Android users surveyed have one or more accessibility settings activated on their phone.
Also on Android, a large group even uses two or more accessibility features.
Most commonly used features on Android
Adjust text size
Bigger display size
Screen orientation landscape
There are 4.5 million people in the Netherlands with a demonstrable disability. That is more than one quarter of the population (17.8 million).
Apps and websites also need to be accessible to people with a physical or intellectual handicap. This is known as digital accessibility.
Read more about the amount of people with disabilities.
Semi literate people
The deaf and hard of hearing
People with seriously impaired motor skills
Visually impaired people
Colour blind people
People with a mild intellectual disability
Almost half of all people with a mobile phone use accessibility features. Much more than you would expect. We researched the real use of all these features.
Each platform provides different features to make an app more accessible. This website offers in-depth documentation for iOS, Android, React Native, Flutter and Xamarin.