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Ratings and Reviews
A comment for the Previous review
Why would you give the developer a one star knowing that this could be a great asset to others maybe he’s a brand new app developer and he didn’t know how to do the app That consider people that are without sight. Maybe you could’ve just send him and her a personal message And gave them an idea maybe they could’ve bless you with that idea sometimes it’s not always good to be judgmental and mean and spiteful.
To everyone else!!
The app is great
People without sight need wills, too!
This app has no accessibility considerations for people without sight! The gender page requires that one select a picture, althouth there are text labels for “male” “female” and “nonbinary”, tapping the text label does nothing. I was told by an Apple accessibility Specialist that their are pictures associated with these choices, and, possibly they are the selection? If so, that is unusable for people without sight!I cannot get past this page, as there are no text labeled buttons.
Why would your developer(s) assume that only people with sight need to have wills? Producing heirs doesn’t require sight! Owning posessions, including real estate does not require sight! Inclusion is a right; and app developers MUST utilize the tools provided within the operating system, IOS, in designing apps that do not exclude, discriminate, people on the basis of whether they have working eyes! VoiceOver is included in all Apple products, and developers can easily design their apps so that those who are sight-dependent, as well as those without sight, can seamlessly use them. This is very upsetting to me, as your app was recommended by a well-respected source, and I need to write a will! Intentional or indifferent exclusion is unacceptable for today’s, or “tomorrow” applications!
Developer Response ,
Bomonkke, you've brought up some important points, so thank you. In the next release of our app we are going to make sure that the text you mentioned, and other text in the app, is clickable. We'd love to continue this important discussion by having you reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can continue talking about how to make Tomorrow more accessible to everybody.
I was discussing this product on Instagram with someone, about how their ad is misleading. Apparently our conversation struck a nerve because they deleted both of our comments.
It’s a picture of two babies. Under one baby, who is crying, it says without a will, the court decides the guardian of your kids. Under a happy baby, it says choose a guardian of your child with a FREE WILL.
This product is misleading parents by emotionally manipulating them. Even with a will, the courts will be involved in the process. It will help the judge take into account what the parents want, but they will always investigate the best home for the child and ultimately make that decision. You are making parents feel like they are covered and have the final say solely because they have a will through your product.
This company needs to stop emotionally manipulating parents for their own gain. If their product could stand on its own, you wouldn’t need to manipulate people into using it. Yes, wills are helpful and important, but not the end all be all.
I wouldn’t trust the use of a company, especially for legal documents, who aren’t honest in their advertisement.
- Tomorrow Ideas, Inc.
- 110.7 MB
Requires iOS 11.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2019 Tomorrow Ideas, Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Full Access $39.99
- Full Access $19.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.