Many people with autism or other medical conditions suffer from a restricted ability to speak, making it difficult for them to communicate with others. A free and easy to use software for smartphones with android technology has now been released to help. Eight simple drawings on the touchscreen symbolize different situations. When a picture is touched, the corresponding sentence is verbalized by “touch-n-say”, e.g. touching the sandwich symbol prompts the smartphone to say: “I am hungry”. Additionally, the user can switch between English, German, French and Spanish. Developers Conni and Chris Stärkel hope to help people with disabilities to communicate and better participate in social life.
Version 1.2: improved layout for tablets support for older devices (Android 1.6 and up)
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Very basic could have more actions is excellent in what it does have