Independent developer Dr. Robert Gouthro today announces Answers:YesNo HD 3.2 for iPad, his customizable, talking communication tool for use by those who are either preverbal or nonverbal. Originally designed to assist a young man with autism and motor planning issues in communicating with others, the app displays two very large buttons which each display a simple choice using custom pictures and/or text. When touched, the the button choice is spoken aloud.
TBox Apps, a leader in augmentative and alternative communication technologies, today announced the availability of Scene & Heard 1.1 for iPad, a highly customizable Visual Scene Display communication aid available on the iOS platform. Together, Scene & Heard and the iPad deliver the most powerful visual scene display communication aid by transforming personalized photos, video, audio, and included symbols into customized interactive communication scenes.
Mobile Apps for Ed today released Moments Ago 1.0.2 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Moments Ago puts a fast and easy communication tool in the palm of teachers’ hands, allowing them to send messages to students in the classroom and quick email reports to parents. Moments Ago serves as a motivator for students to improve their performance and behaviors and keeps parents informed of what their children are doing in school. The app features a free two week trial.
The iOS app development company Vybir announces DISCover Me 1.1.1, its new application for iOS. DISCover Me will enable you to look at others’ behavior absolutely otherwise, it will teach you to properly evaluate reactions of people and to build relationships with others in a new way. DISCover Me helps to enhance communication efficiency, find the approach to everyone and evaluate probable results of our negotiations.
Virginia based GroupLogic(R), the industry’s leading provider of software products that unlock the power of new enterprise platforms, and Colorado’s Cherry Creek School District today announced the school district’s successful implementation of GroupLogic’s ExtremeZ-IP solution. ExtremeZ-IP is driving exponential improvements in successful communication and collaboration between key stakeholders using Macintosh computers, including teachers, administrators, and students.
TNT Creations today announces Translation Fire 1.1 for iPhone and iPod touch. Translation Fire 1.1 offers fast and accurate translation to and from 52 languages. It is designed to help its users to make friends all over the world and freely communicate with them with no language barrier. Translation Fire is also a social networking tool that makes the communication via Gmail chat, email or SMS with anyone across the globe much easier by translating incoming or outgoing messages on the fly.
SayMedicine today released its second update to their popular medical pronunciation application. The SayMedicine: Medical Pronunciations application for iPhone and iPad is designed for healthcare workers and students who are looking to enhance their medical vocabulary. Easily lookup the correct pronunciation of drug names, diseases, bacteria names, and other challenging terms. The update now includes an iPad version and support for iPhone 4 retina display.
Apps For All, LLC today announces Communication Apps 1.0, its new trend setting health care application for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Focused solely on identifying the best apps that assist and augment verbal communication, Communication Apps provides recommendations for apps in a single category of health-related apps. Communication Apps provides a curated list, saving you time and money by identifying best of breed apps in this category.