FoxAccess is the accessibility mobile application I’m currently working on (under Fox Design Studios LLC).
Not only is it a quick and dirty guide to introducing the what, why, and how of web accessibility, but it will also itself be designed with accessibility in mind – or at least, as much as I can ascertain it to be, via coding per WCAG 2.0 guidelines (the same that federal agencies are held to via Section 508), and using testers from a variety of backgrounds and abilities, including people who are disabled.
It is at first going to be developed using React Native or Flutter – both of which are cross-platform languages – due to time constraints. However, as I am the only person working on it, and I am myself disabled, there may be some delays. (Everyday bills have to be paid first, and pain flares are pain flares.)