Is Voiceover navigation better? Yes.
Is Voiceover navigation still broken? Yes.
Could a person who doesn’t have full use of their eyes and hands use this app independently? No.
Was this tested with screen curtain on? Very unlikely.
The way it is now if you have full use of your eyes and your hands and you turn voiceover on then when you tap in exactly the right spot at exactly the right time it will generally navigate.
However, if you can’t see exactly where to tap or you can’t control your hand to tap in exactly the right place, the navigation doesn’t work. All kinds of random things happen. The wrong element maybe activated, no element may be activated, it may go to a different screen unexpectedly, parts of the screen are simply not available at all.
If you create a new routine you get a message at the top of the screen. Once you have that message at the top of the screen, navigation on other screens will not work until you clear that message, but this is something that a person who is blind would have no awareness of how to fix.
I see a lot of good intentions here, but it’s still an app I have to pay someone else to use.
@slagle @vlad @jtqa