Press Releases

02 Feb

Today AssistiveWare and Acapela Group introduce the world’s first genuine Swedish Text to Speech children’s voices. Available through the Infovox iVox Voice Manager both voices can read any text on Mac. Combined with word processor Wrise the voices can support Swedish children in reading and writing. The children’s voices are also available in Pictello, a visual storytelling app that’s often used in the classroom for social stories and schedules to support children with autism.

30 Sep

AssistiveWare, a leading innovator in the assistive technology market, today announced Proloquo2Go 4.1. Version 4.1 not only adds full support for Spanish, but is also the first solution to provide instant switching between English and Spanish to support bilingual users.

15 Sep

Today AssistiveWare released version 3.0 of Keeble, the premier accessible keyboard for iOS. Keeble allows individuals with fine motor-challenges or vision impairments to type in any app. Version 3 adds support for iPhone and iPod touch, three new themes, new customization features, quick access to shortcuts, cursor keys and more.

21 Jul

AssistiveWare today announced the release of version 1.1 of its latest Mac OS X application Wrise. The update includes global shortcuts for playback control, action extension to select and read text in any application and French localization.

29 Apr

Today AssistiveWare announced Proloquo2Go 4.0, a major new release of its award-winning symbol-supported Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) app that provides a voice to over 125,000 children, teens and adults who cannot speak. Proloquo2Go 4.0 is designed to enhance language development and communication for AAC users. It also aims to better support parents, teachers and therapists to implement AAC best practices.

13 Feb

Today AssistiveWare announces the release of Proloquo4Text 2.0; an important update to its text-based Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) iOS app that gives a voice to literate children and adults who cannot speak.

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