Accessibility in Creative Cloud mobile app

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Looking to download the Creative Cloud mobile app? See Adobe Creative Cloud for mobile

Learn how accessible the Creative Cloud mobile app is, in visual, auditory, and mobility categories.

Accessibility refers to making products usable for people with visual, auditory, motor, and other disabilities. 

Examples of accessibility features for mobile apps include screen reader support, text equivalents for graphics, keyboard shortcuts, change of display colors to high contrast, and so on.

The Creative Cloud mobile app provides tools for accessibility, such as screen reader support, keyboard navigation, and operating system accessibility support (with some exceptions).

For more information on the specific accessibility features that Creative Cloud mobile app supports, see Accessibility conformance reports for Adobe solutions (iOS | Android).

Support for screen readers and screen magnifiers

A screen reader recites text that appears on the computer screen. It also reads non-textual information, such as button labels or image descriptions in the application, provided in accessibility tags or attributes. 

The Creative Cloud mobile app offers support for assistive technologies (which includes screen readers and screen magnifiers). For more information on the specific accessibility features that Creative Cloud mobile app supports, see Accessibility conformance reports for Adobe solutions (iOS | Android).

Support for operating system accessibility features

The Creative Cloud mobile app supports accessibility features present in iOS and Android. For example, on iOS you can enable VoiceOver in the Settings app > Accessibility > VoiceOver. In Android, you can enable TalkBack in the Settings app > Accessibility > TalkBack. Zoom and Magnification can be enabled for iOS and Android respectively in the same location.

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The Creative Cloud mobile app does not provide full support yet for iOS Display & Text Size adjustment or Android Display size.

Navigate the Creative Cloud mobile app using keyboard

You can use a keyboard to navigate and control the app.

By connecting a Bluetooth keyboard to your iOS iPad, you can navigate and control the app from a keyboard instead of touching the screen. 

Once your keyboard is paired with your iPad, you can press and hold the Command button to see the keyboard hints.

Handy keyboard shortcuts

Here are some handy keyboard shortcuts commonly used in the Creative Cloud mobile app:

  • ‘0’ key: Navigate to Home
  • ‘1’ key: Navigate to Learn

  • ‘2’ key: Navigate to Your Work

  • ‘3’ key: Navigate to Fonts (iOS only)

  • ‘4’ key: Navigate to Apps

  • ‘5’ key: View notifications

  • ‘6’ key: Navigate to Settings

  • ‘F’ key: Search

  • Left arrow key: Go to the previous screen or back

  • Tab key: Go to the next tab in a submenu

  • Shift + Tab key: Go the previous tab in a submenu

  • ‘Y’ key: View the gallery of assets

  • ‘G’ key: View your assets in a gallery format

  • ‘L’ key: View your assets in a list format

  • ‘S’ key: Select

  • ‘A’ key: Sort by alphabetical, swap descending & ascending

  • ‘T’ key: Sort by date, swap descending & ascending

  • ‘A’ key: Sort by name, swap descending & ascending

  • ‘T’ key: Sort by newest, swap descending & ascending

  • ‘N’ key: Create a new asset

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