UI Accessibility Plugin  Version 1.0.6
Make your UI accessible for visually impaired users
Supported Platforms

Platforms

iOS

This platform is fully supported.
If VoiceOver is detected, the plugin will activate itself.

Android

This platform is fully supported.
If TalkBack is detected, the plugin will activate itself.
TalkBack will need to be suspended during play (the plugin will notify the user to do so automatically).
To enter text into input fields, Talkback needs to be unsuspended to make the on-screen keyboard accessible.

Windows

This platform is fully supported for 64 Bit and 32 Bit targets.
The plugin will activate itself when it detects a screen reader, and use it for voice output. As a fallback, Windows SAPI is used as voice output.
Currently supported screen readers: NVDA, Window SAPI
Jaws, Windows Eye, and others are on the road map.

Mac OS

Mac OS is supported starting with version v1.0.3 using MacOS VoiceOver.

Linux

This platform is untested, but the general input should work.
It will need a third-party TTS solution (for example RTVoice).
Linux support is on the road map, but with a low priority.

Tizen

This platform is untested, but the general input should work.
It will need a TTS solution.
Tizen support is currently not on the road map.

WebGL

Full support for WebGL has been added in UAP v1.0.5, but requires developer to choose a TTS option.
WebGL voice output can be done via the integrated Google Cloud TTS (English only) or via a third-party TTS plugin.
Please see the WebGL documentation for detailed setup instructions.
Fully integrated, independent TTS is on the road map for a future release.

Windows Phone

This platform is untested, but the general input should work.
It will need a TTS solution.
Windows phone support is currently not on the road map.

XBox One

Currently not supported.
Support is planned for a later version, using the XBox Narrator. No release date yet.

Playstation

Currently not supported. Needed is a completely different input scheme and a TTS solution.
Currently not on the roadmap.

Nintendo Switch

Currently not supported. Needed is a completely different input scheme and a TTS solution.
Currently not on the roadmap.

Compatibility

Unity GUI

The new Unity UI system is fully supported.

NGUI

NGUI support is currently active work in progress.
Please see the dedicated page on this topic: NGUI Support