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New App Lets Customers Rate Businesses by Accessibility
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Photo: Tobias Abel/Flickr  It's likely that Boston renovation firms will be getting a lot more accessibility-related calls in the future, thanks to a new app developed in Waltham, MA. The application allows users to rate businesses and other buildings by accessibility, adding comments to articulate their ratings on the basis of ease of use for D/deaf, blind, and physically impaired visitors.  See full article.

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