Hello everyone! We have just released our new UI Accessibility Plugin today (UAP). The plugin allows you to make your Unity game UI accessible to blind or visually impaired players with just a few clicks and make your UI ‘speak’. You can find the plugin right here: Get it on the Asset Store! Unity is a great engine, but out of the box it does not support any of the screen readers on Android, iOS or Windows, which means that making your game accessible isn’t that easy. This is where the UAP comes in and does the job for you. Making your UI accessible is super simple and just requires a few clicks. In a nutshell, here is what you get with the plugin: Reach visually impaired players! Supports Android and iOS Works like VoiceOver/TalkBack Easy setup with a few clicks! Full C# source code! UGUI & NGUI compatible! Excellent support: Documentation, examples, tutorials! To get an idea of the basic workflow, check out the basic video tutorial: What type of games does this plugin support? The UAP can be used to make any 2D UI accessible. To get an idea of what an accessible game will play like you can check out mobile games such as Crafting Kingdom, which uses the UAP to make the UI accessible. Documentation and Support The plugin ships with full C# source code, so you do not have to deal with any DLLs and can take a look at all the code yourself. The plugin also comes with a fully documented API, examples and tutorials. You can find the documentation right here: Documentation If you need help with the integration or any other support with the plugin, just head over to our dedicated support forum. To the support forum Supported Platforms UAP 1.0 officially supports iOS and Android. With the initial version released, we want to focus on supporting Windows and Mac next. The released version actually already contains Windows support, but because it’s lacking in a few places we don’t want to officially support it yet. UGUI and NGUI Both the Unity GUI and NGUI are supported by the plugin. The workflow to make your UI accessible is very similar and you can make most UIs accessible really quickly. Roadmap We are working on a lot of stuff. You can take a look at the roadmap for the plugin: Roadmap If you are missing any features or have any other suggestions, just let us know!