Improved screanreader support for VoiceOver users
I am totally blind and use VoiceOver, Apple's built-in screanreading software to read the screen on my iPhone and iPod Touch. Having done a bit of testing, , I've noticed that most of the buttons/icons in OWA are labelled with Emoji symbols, which is a clever idea since VoiceOver recognizes Emojis. Although VoiceOver tells the blind and visually impaired user what the Emoji symbols are (i.e. The 4-leaf clover, the clock, the airplane etc.), there is no indication as to what each symbol does in the app. It would help if there was a user guide or a help section in the app that explains what each symbol represents, it would give tthe screenreader user a better indication as to what each icon does. That way, the user would know to tap on the airplane to move messages to another folder, for example.
Aside from that,Other than that, the app is user friendly and works very well!