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Twitter responded quickly to accessibility issues that were brought to its attention regarding the test of voice tweets it kicked off earlier this week with a limited number of iOS users.
Product lead Kayvon Beykpour said in a tweet, “Really appreciate the feedback we heard from customers on missing accessibility support for our iOS voice experiment yesterday. Sorry we let you down. We’ve already fixed a few issues today (will be in the next release), and exploring more improvements (like transcription) now.”