Most braille displays will be supported out of the box with the Android 13 beta
Google will begin beta testing a feature for Android 13 in the coming weeks that will make it easier for users with braille displays to get up and running. On Thursday, Google announced that the next Android 13 beta will have “out-of-the-box support” for braille displays in a blog post. To touch-read on-screen text and type in braille, braille displays are utilized to create pin patterns. The display enables deafblind persons to use smartphones and blind people to use phones without the assistance of screen readers or voice commands.