Most mobile devices (Android, iOS) have sophisticated built-in accessibility tools that help users with disabilities interact with a responsive website more easily. These tools are built into the operating system and do a better job than the AudioEye Toolbar would at helping anyone with a disability use the site. This is why the Toolbar is disabled and not displaying. Note that accessibility fixes implemented by AudioEye are still applied and active—it is just that no Toolbar entry icon loads.
Articles in this section
- Will AudioEye certify the web accessibility compliance of my site?
- What are the benefits of AudioEye's Base Plans?
- What are the benefits of AudioEye Pro?
- What is the difference between Managed and Pro?
- Why does the AudioEye Toolbar not display on mobile?
- Why doesn’t the icon marking entry to the floating Accessibility Toolbar change position in preview mode?
- Why doesn’t the floating Accessibility Toolbar activate in preview mode?
- I changed the position of the toolbar, but nothing happened. What should I do?
- How do I add the AudioEye Accessibility Toolbar to my site?