By 2030, the Asia Pacific Accessibility Testing market is estimated to be worth USD 267.63 million, increasing at a CAGR of 5.38 % over the forecast period (2022–2030).
With each passing day, technology advances, and mobile devices and applications play an increasingly important role in daily activities. According to the World Health Organization, mobile phone users will number 5 billion by 2025, accounting for 71% of the worldwide population, while over 1 billion individuals, or 20% of the population, would be disabled. Mobile devices can be used to order food and play online and offline games, among other things. As a result, game developers are under pressure to provide equipment that is accessible to all users, including those with disabilities. As customers become more reliant on mobile applications, the demand for accessibility testing is projected to rise in the coming years. Differently abled people can use specialised tools, such as web accessibility evaluation tools, to gain access to technology. Web accessibility testing services are in high demand due to the requirement to optimise websites and applications in order to provide full functionality access to the differently abled population. Section 508, web content accessibility guidelines (WCAG 2.0), ADA, and CVAA, among other laws, standards, norms, and guidelines, have already improved the application of accessible services in IT technology. Furthermore, a number of W3C web standards aid IT organisations in developing websites or applications that meet specified requirements, allowing all types of differently abled individuals to access sites and apps. Over the projected period of 2020-2027, the global accessibility testing market is expected to develop at a CAGR of nearly 4.1 percent.
As the growing number of hearings challenged people in countries like China, Asia-Pacific is predicted to be the fastest-growing area in the accessibility testing market. China's hearing-impaired population increased from 74 million in 2008 to 96 million in 2018, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Accessibility testing services give multimedia content with transcripts, subtitles, images, and other features that help people comprehend what they're seeing.
The Asia Pacific Accessibility Testing market is expected to be valued at USD 267.63 million by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 5.38 percent from 2022 to 2030. As the number of hearing-impaired persons increases in countries such as China, Asia-Pacific is expected to be the fastest-growing region in the accessibility testing market. According to the World Health Organization, China's hearing-impaired population climbed from 74 million in 2008 to 96 million in 2018. (WHO). Multimedia content including transcripts, subtitles, graphics, and other features that assist people to understand what they're watching is provided by accessibility testing services.
Dyslexia is now recognized as a disability by the Indian government under the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act 2016, which means that any special protections and concessions accessible to other disabled individuals are also available to those with dyslexia. These children are regarded as exceptional in this sense. The number of people with dyslexia in India is steadily increasing, necessitating accessibility testing in the country.
Japan is rapidly ageing. Its super-aged society is the world's oldest: 28.7% of the population is 65 or older, with women accounting for the bulk. A total of 80 000 centenarians’ lives in the country. People aged 65 and up will account for a third of the population by 2036. The growing senior population in Japan is causing an increase in AMD (Age-related macular degeneration) in the country, which is driving up need for accessibility testing.
Some of the major players in the Asia Pacific Region (having significant market shares) are listed below:
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