Built right into the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch, VoiceOver provides audio cues and gestures, allowing accessibility enough for the iOS interface to be navigated with ease. Many third-party apps leverage the technology — it's included in Apple's UIKit framework for developers — to highlight what's occurring on-screen through audio information. Right now, on the App Store, Apple is highlighting some of the very best:

Apple's efforts in accessibility have earned the tech giant the 2015 Helen Keller Achievement Award, awarded by the American Foundation for the Blind.

More: App Store, thanks Steven Aquino