Great potential, ruined by tons of little things For an app in this $ range I expected decent quality. The more I use it, I find bugs (e.g. sound didn't record, recording cuts off (only on device, not web), force close errors, errors uploading pictures, pictures not uniform, some big, small, square, some rectangle). I find tons of little annoyances: It has terrible TTS synthesis (not Android's TTS)/ some words you can't even understand. The way of adding pictures is inneficient. It lacks reasonable options to customize per needs of your child (e.g. turn sentence building on/off, etc). This brings my biggest issue: its too easy for kids to mess it up (which is not the kid's fault). In addition to the board pictures, there are 6 extra buttons (menu, back, view, clear, delete, and speak). These buttons are tiny/often in the way/not intuative. There is no guard keeping a button from being pressed multiple times. There's other things but I'm out of space here. Its a shame this program isn't updated much. There is one other app (FREE!! but found after I already purchased this) on the market that that puts this app to same in terms of being able to actually use it with a disabled child. It just doesn't have the web board maker.
Great app. Our 8 year old non-verbal daughter uses this on our 10 inch Android tablet. The icons and fonts resize nicely to the large screen.
Excellent software. Nearly identical to the device my son uses at school. The developers are quick to respond to any questions or comments.
Improved layout, sizing and scaling for both landscape and portrait views.
Improved stability on certain devices and on certain android versions
Giving non-verbal individuals a VOICE! Free, Dynamic, Elegant Grid Communicator
Project @ PECS is an application that supports communication based on PECS.