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
Thanks help a lot. I have cerebral palsy and sometimes people don't understand me
LOVE IT! TY FOR GIVING A VOICE TO SOMEONE WITH STAGE 4 CANCER! TY SO MUCH!
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
- 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
Traveling? Worried about local language? Voice translator will speaks for you!
Listen to app reading aloud web pages, PDF, DOC, TXT, EPUB and FB2 files, more.