I am a legally blind iPod Touch user (not a developer). I have been blogging about the the accessibility of the apps (see iPhone Access). Many people initially react with a "Who cares?" attitude as in why would blind people use an iPhone/Touch. Not all blind people are profoundly blind. I have some usable vision and use that to the best of my ability. This includes getting the most out of my Touch. I find most apps difficult to use. No surprise, right? Wrong! The iPhone platform offers some great features that many apps could take advantage of, but do not. Landscape mode, multitouch zoom, adjustable font sizes and high contrast color schemes are all features that can be built into most apps (some obviously not). Have you ever thought about these issues? Should you? Any thoughts would be appreciated. Please visit my blog's iPhone Access page for more details. Let me know if you would like me to review an app.