Making Android apps accessible (for people with disabilities) with PhoneGap

Does anyone have any experience with making an Android app accessible when utilizing PhoneGap? At the very minimum we need to make our apps Section 508-compliant.

I have tried implementing some standard accessibility features (labels for textboxes, adding title attributes to divs, etc). However, when using TalkBack and Expore by Touch in Android, when my PhoneGap app is loaded it just says “WEB CONTENT” – and that’s it. Nothing else about my app is spoken aloud.

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