UserWay is an AI-powered solution, just like accessiBe, functioning on the same principle of inserting one line of code onto the website. Their tool works with three main elements: AI remediations, user-triggered enhancements, and fine accessibility adjustments. The user’s data is not collected nor stored. UserWay complies with WCAG, ADA, GDPR, UNRUH, EN301549, COPPA, and HIPPA regulations. The price can range from $49 to $329 monthly.
Accessibility tool created by EqualWeb works with the help of AI, pattern learning from users’ experience on the site, and manual support of their team. EqualWeb has an exciting voice command feature that you can use to navigate the website with your voice. It complies with WCAG 2.1, Section 508, ADA, EN301549, and IS 5568. Starting price is $39 a month, and it can go up to $169. However, it is important to mention that they offer a significantly lower number of website pages remediated for the price of the package.
MaxAccess solution is made of fully automated AI, accessibility toolbar, and dashboard & reports. It is simple to install, just like accessiBe with one line of code. Rescanning of website pages occurs every 24 hours, upon which you’ll receive a detailed report. MaxAccess solution complies with WCAG, AODA, ADA, Section 508, ACA, and EN 301548. Packages go from $37 a month to $260.
AudioEye consists of three different elements: website scanning, accessibility reports, and remediation. You can get it for $49 a month. Depending on the number of website pages, the price will increase. The most expensive package is priced at $499 and for websites with more than 1 million pageviews, reach out to their sales time for the price. AudioEye offers a 14-days free trial to test their tool.
OnlineADA is different from previous tools because it is not based on automated solutions. This tool performs a thorough analysis of the accessibility issues found on the website, generates a detailed report with how to resolve them, and upon remediation, OnlineADA is there to perform the audit to make sure everything complies with WCAG and Section 508 regulations.