Accessibility Statement for IFDC Mobile Apps (iOS and Android)

At Propeller, we are committed to ensuring digital accessibility for all users, including those with disabilities. We strive to provide a user-friendly experience that meets or exceeds accessibility guidelines on our mobile apps for both iOS and Android platforms. We are continuously working to improve accessibility and make our apps more inclusive.

Accessibility Features:

Our mobile apps include the following accessibility features to enhance usability for all users:

  • Screen Reader Compatibility: The apps are designed to work seamlessly with screen readers, enabling users with visual impairments to access content and navigate the app.
  • Font and Text Size Options: Users can adjust font size and text settings based on their preferences for improved readability.
  • Contrast Adjustment: Our apps are designed to allow users to adjust contrast settings on their devices, ensuring text and elements remain distinguishable for users with low vision or colour blindness.
  • Voice Control and Gestures: Our apps support voice commands and gestures for users who may have difficulty using touch controls.
  • Alternative Text for Images: Images in the app are accompanied by descriptive alternative text, aiding users who rely on screen readers.

Ongoing Improvements:

We are dedicated to continuously improving the accessibility of our mobile apps. Our development team regularly reviews and implements best practices for accessibility to ensure a positive user experience for all.

Feedback and Support:

If you encounter any accessibility barriers or have suggestions for improving the accessibility of our mobile apps, please contact us at Your feedback is valuable in helping us enhance the user experience.

Third-Party Components:

While we strive to maintain high accessibility standards, some third-party components integrated into our apps may have limited accessibility features.


Our mobile apps are designed to be compatible with the latest versions of iOS and Android. Older versions may not provide the same level of accessibility support.