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App Offers Another Option for Voice Output Communication

By January 27, 2011

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PredictableApp a Day: One more AAC app before app-a-day January's over, this one developed by a speech pathologist to help people with cerebral palsy and other brain injuries. Predictable, a $159 app for iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad, can be connected to a switch via Bluetooth, or the whole screen can be used as a switch. There's also a word-prediction feature that works with the app's keyboard and dictionaries. From the app's site, you can read more about the features, view videos about how to use it, and download a user's guide for more details. If you've used this app, fill out a review form to add your own take -- or to share another Apple or Android app we should know about.

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April 28, 2011 at 7:42 pm
(1) Share2Care says:

This seems like a very valuable product to help bridge the communication gap. I thought that your readers would also be interested in a product we have found to work well called iBallz, that serves to protect iPads, while the users are utilizing apps such as these, in case they slip or are dropped. This will allow the users to be more comfortable bringing their tablets with them, wherever they go, so that they can take full advantage of the functionality of this app whenever they need them, without worrying that they might drop and break it.

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