App needs improvements but does work I have been using this app for a few days now. I have ALS and can no longer speak. The problem I've had with the app is, repeating what I've typed one two or even three times. Also the voice sounds like a group of voices at times. Maybe I'm not doing something correctly. Lastly, I like to swipe in picture mode not landscape. It's because of my hand weakness. Is there a method to make it switch from landscape to picture?
I am autistic I am autistic and I also have dyspraxia. This app is easy to use and good for when I have trouble speaking....it also makes for a great picture schedule!
Very cool app! Works well. Does some really innovative things for those who couldn't otherwise communicate.
Quick Talk is great! Digital Scribbler did a great job keeping this communication device simple. Thinking outside the box... what can't be learned by categories - I see this as flashcards, and basic information storage (name, address, phone numbers, etc...). With some creativity, the possibilities are endless. Thanks!
Could be better It will take a while for the app to allow you to create categories and concepts. The only thing that it does is edit and modify the ones on the app. It would be a great app when the issue will be corrected.
Completely New Design - easy to navigate, great to look at, and fun to use
Three high quality US English voices included
Typing Mode - speak as you type!
Profiles allow for multiple users and/or setups
Includes Smarty Symbols library developed by a licensed SLP
Quick access to Yes/No from every screen
Create pages with up to 8 speech buttons to expand your options (tablets only)
Create and Personalize unlimited Profiles, Categories, and Pages
Easy navigation options for anyone to use
Top rated AAC/Speech/Communication app for autism, aphasia, stroke and more.
What is AAC Augmentative and Alternative Communication (Augmentative and Alternative Communication), which means a horse.
The most advanced AAC for Autism in Android. Suitable for Cerebral Palsy too.
Simple enough AAC that 3 year olds can use it. Replace your PECS with Voice4u!
An app to help children in reading body language and non-verbal communication.