[nabs-l] Accessibility with Spotify

minh ha minh.ha927 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 6 16:40:08 UTC 2015


What are you trying to accomplish with Spotify exactly? The unpaid
versions of the program and the app have the same features so you
would be able to do anything with the mobile app that you would on the
program. There is a student discount where students only have to pay 5
dollars a month instead of the regular 10. You would need someone
sighted to help you sign up for Spotify premium because I tried
figuring it out myself and the site was not accessible at all.


On 1/6/15, Kaiti Shelton via nabs-l <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm attending a study abroad/service trip in Jamaica this summer, and
> have just received my pre-trip course materials.  The syllabus states
> that all participants will need to set up and use a Spotify account.
> This is because there is required listening for the music therapy and
> cultural diversity aspects of the training, and a lot of the songs we
> need will be communicated to us through the facebook group we have to
> ensure everyone has the same versions to learn from.
> I know Spotify is not the most accessible program, and have already
> tried it out myself.  I have had a lot of success with the app, but
> I'm not thrilled about the idea of paying for the streaming services
> to the mobile version if I don't have to.  Does anyone know of scripts
> for Jaws which can be used with Spotify to make the accessibility
> better?  (I've looked, so I'm hoping someone else knows something).
> Thanks,
> --
> Kaiti
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