Nice, however... This app requires the person to be able to open their eyes and look at the screen. My friend was unable to do that. Thankfully, there is a free app called TouchSpeller which has allowed her to type words without having to look at the screen.
A really useful app I like this app because it allows you to customise your own icons. This is useful because someone with autism may have been taught to recognise a particular symbol (such as the Coke logo) so you can use that instead of just a "drink". SOS locator is also very very useful
Not too bad, but... This app is not too bad, but is extremely limited for someone to use to communicate.
Love it! It is awesome helps u alot
Cool Great app
Fantastic, Easy, Adaptable This app is a great app to use for anyone who is having issues communicating with words. I love the profiles that let me set up phrases very quickly and easily on the website. I feel like most apps with this functionality would cost an arm and a leg. Being free, I cannot recommend it enough. Just make sure you make an account on the website.
- Create your own custom profiles on www.helptalk.mobi and load them on to the device
- Multiple language support (compatible Text-to-speech engine required)
- Entirely new user interface
- New default profiles
Booyah is a *super* fast way to video chat with your friends and groups.
Face Talk Video Chat apps free advise you to make a face calls free for Android