UI Browser 3 is a Universal app. It runs on an Intel-based Mac, and it runs as a native process on an Apple silicon Mac during the trial period and with a Paddle registration key. It requires Rosetta translation to run on an Apple silicon Mac with an eSellerate registration key.
UI Browser 3 is a free upgrade from UI Browser 2 with this qualification: On an Apple silicon Mac, you must run UI Browser 3 under Rosetta translation in order to continue using a UI Browser 2 eSellerate key issued on or before June 30, 2019. To run UI Browser 3 natively on an Apple silicon Mac, you must use a UI Browser 2 Paddle key issued after June 30, 2019, or purchase a new Paddle key.
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PFiddlesoft Frameworks: To write your own assistive applications using Objective-C or Swift, license one or both of the PFiddlesoft Frameworks. The PFiddlesoft Frameworks support 64-bit architectures using reference counted memory management or ARC. Licenses are free for personal use, and for use with any product you distribute without charge. A flat one-time license fee of $250 US is required for use of each framework with a product line for which you request or require payment. Source code is available for a separate fee. Different terms apply to large or established commercial software developers or distributors.
Accessibility Testbench: To learn how to grant access to the computer using the Accessibility security features introduced in OS X Mavericks 10.9, get the free developer utility Accessibility Testbench, including its source code.