Seems like a good beginner app, if you're okay with taking the time to create personalized cards. It's very basic, you can only have 8 cards in your deck. But it's clear, easy to make the personalized cards after you provide the picture you want, and free. I want to see if my non verbal Autistic son will grasp its purpose. If he does, I will invest in something better. I think its great for that purpose, testing for responsiveness.
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This app is unable to save original cards, in spite of claiming to, limiting communication to toddler level functions. The absolute worst time to discover that vital original cards have all been deleted is during a non-verbal adrenaline episode. Irresponsible to market yourself the way you have to have such sloppy coding that it can't hold a simple cache of images and brief audio for more than a day or two. This problem occurs on three different devices and I'm done testing. Moving on.
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The more I explore this app the more I realize that it's not as great as everyone else says it is, as a autistic person who often goes nonverbal this app feels uncompleted and crude. You can't make/edit decks, use more then 3 cards at a time, customize anything other then cards(even then it's very basic) and cause of this it feels very limting and restricting(especially as someone who has a lot to say). It's decent for a free app but even then it's not as good as it could be :/
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