Contributed by: Cindy Wang Kohlhepp, MA
Attached is a guideline for teaching students how to use a mobile payment service such as Venmo.
Feel free to download for use and comment if you have any feedback.
.Updated Feburary 2018.
What is Venmo?
(Taken straight from the app description)
“Venmo is the simple, fun money app for sending cash quickly between friends and shopping at your favorite online stores. Split purchases to avoid awkward IOUs, share your new buys, and catch up on what your friends are doing on the feed.
“Just Venmo me” has become synonymous with “pay me back” or “I got you”—Business Insider
QUICK AND EASY: send money quickly to friends by simply linking your payment method. There’s no transaction fee for sending money with your debit card or bank account. Use your Venmo balance for payments, or easily cash it out to your bank.
BUY FROM YOUR FAVORITE STORES: Check out with your wallet. Use Venmo to pay in select mobile apps or at millions of retailers on mobile web—for free—so you can easily make, split, and share purchases with friends.”
Venmo: Click here
iMessage and Siri FAQ: Click here
Siri Payments: Click here
iMessage and Siri: Click here
Paypal Accessible Q&A: Click here
Some apps may be inaccessible in voiceover and may just say “button” instead of identifying the button itself.
You can rename the buttons in an app in Voiceover:
2-Finger Double tap and hold to get a text field and then you can dictate what you want to call the button.