I don't have a speech disability but I have found another use for this app: to basically have my DSDoll, Elisabeth, "talk." It's not a game, I know. I have been looking through the Play Store for a good app and this is the one that suits my needs for making a silicone doll "talk." I'm using the Cereproc Megan TTS voice for my Elisabeth.
Been using this app 2 1/2 years. Not having voice capabilities is a different world. So this app allows me to communicate more effectively. A good friend showed it to me prior to losing my vocal ability. For those that actually have a need for it, the app functions very well.
Volume. Nobody can hear it when its tuned all the way up. Not even when I use my Bluetooth speaker. I went into settings and turned the volume all the way up and still. Still not loud enough.
Love it love it
So far among many AAC I have tried. This is the most useful app. It is very convenient when I go to doctors appointments as I can create personal phrases to relay to providers regarding my health. It can use some updates. I wish I can use it as a keyboard that would speak what I typed so I can video chat with out having to switch screens. That would be awesome! Thank you for making this app. Keep up the good work.
A good app for most people. but hard for people like me with motor neurone disease hope they can be improvements for this disease using Google keyboard is impossible with my hands needs section with big keys to make sort sentences up
Small improvements and fixes.
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