Each platform provides different features to make an app more accessible. We've written code samples for multiple platforms. In addition, we have written guides on the available accessibility features. If you don't know where to begin, start with our Accessible App Starter Guide.
- Learn about Android accessibility
Android has an accessibility layer that helps users to navigate their Android devices more easily. By integrating accessibility features, you can improve your app's usability, particularly for users with disabilities.
- Learn about iOS accessibility
iOS has built-in accessibility features, accessibility APIs, and developer tools which provide an extraordinary opportunity to deliver a superior mobile experience to every user, including those with disabilities.
- Learn about Flutter accessibility
Flutter is committed to supporting developers in making their apps more accessible. It has built-in support for accessibility features provided by the underlying operating system.
- Learn about React Native accessibility
React Native accessibility
React Native has accessibility APIs which let your app accommodate all users. You can integrate apps with assistive technologies like the screen readers VoiceOver and TalkBack.
- Learn about Xamarin accessibility
Xamarin has features to create apps which work well with accessibility features such as large type, high contrast, zoom in, screen reading, visual or haptic feedback cues, and alternative input methods.