Sounds like a problem. I believe I am pretty tech savy and I couldn't get either pictures nor the program to read an entire sentence. To me that's a huge problem for those that you're attempting to serve here. A lot of polishing needs to be done here though I do like the voice and idea of this.
This hasn't been maintained in a very long time This is abandonware, and I'm wondering if Android in London failed to remember their Google account's password, since this isn't compatible with modern Android Devices. This is obvious when you try to download the pictographs. It's really sad, because there needs to be an app like this on Android.
It is very difficult to understand how to get this set up and working for me, so I don't think the people I work with who have disabilities will have much hope. Very hard to figure out how to set up.
Not ideal Only giving 1 star coz it wont allow none all becoz the app simply dosent work i either get a blank screen or the thing force closes as u open the app....i fail to see how this will help a screaming autistic child when in distress it would infact make matters worse
To hard to use I installed it & haven't been able to get it to do anything
Good start Like what you're doing. The pictures won't show on my on phone or tablet so I won't introduce it to my son yet. It. Would be awesome to add the ability to type words and it sleek the sentence then it would be OK with out pictures
Added help with your first Card.
Editing of cards is much easier.
Tap & hold to speak Pictograph feature added.
Menu's translated into 12 languages.
Bounce back when the end of the list is reached.
Rotation fixed when the app starts.
Build in feedback buttons in the app.
Pictographs can be edited.
Screen changes colour in edit mode.
Exit button added to edit mode.
Edits reflected quicker.
Simple cards added in addition to the UTAC cards.
Text to Speech fixed on Jelly bean and ICS devices.