Developers

According to the World Health Organization, 39 million people in the world are blind and yet another 246 million people have low vision, meaning that they have reduced vision, even when using the best possible corrective lenses. That makes 285 million fellow citizens on this planet who are visually impaired.

What does that mean to you as an Android application developer? With nearly 7 billion people on this planet, one in 25 people has such a serious eye defect that they either will not be able to see, type or navigate your Android app or only under the most difficult of circumstances.

To help you make your Android app as user friendly as possible to the 285 million visually impaired, we have collected feedback from people who are either blind or have low vision to offer you the best pointers as to where to start. We have also collected in one place the various recommendations in the Android developer guide to make your Android app accessible to blind and low vision users.
Design Principles
Design Principles
Learn how to make your Android apps as user-friendly as possible based on feedback from visually impaired users 
Developer Guide
Developer Guide
Learn how you can make your Android apps utilize Android's built-in accessibility features