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?
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.
First Then Visual Schedule creates a customized visual sequence of daily events.
Simple enough AAC that 3 year olds can use it. Replace your PECS with Voice4u!
Make cards with computer and playback on phone. More info flashcardmakerpro.com!