Type. Speak. Communicate.
Text-based communication app that gives a voice to literate people who cannot speak.
|Play button||Benefit from easy access, especially for users with fine-motor challenges|
|Fullscreen and flip screen features||Show what you have typed to your communication partner, handy for noisy environments|
|Quick Blocks||Hide the Quick Blocks to have a full and unobstructed view of the Text Pad|
|Edit Mode and Help interface||Experience a streamlined and more intuitive interface|
|Options||Choose from a wider range of colors is now available for background and highlight colors|
|iPhone navigation||Benefit from a navigation more streamlined with the iPad|
|Apple Watch||Now also with Text to Speech to speak your message out loud|
|iPad Pro||Enjoy the iPad Pro's larger screen|
|Multitasking||Use the split view mode with Proloquo4Text and have another app side-by-side on your screen (iOS 9)|
|Ten new voices||Sharon (US English), Claudia (German), Kal & Mia (Swedish), Filip & Freja (Swedish children), Emilie & Elias (Norwegian children) and Elise & Valentin (French children)|
Proloquo4Text’s unique features make it the premier Augmentative and Alternative Communication solution for literate children, teenagers and adults, including people with autism, cerebral palsy, developmental disabilities, apraxia, ALS/MND, laryngectomy, stroke, or traumatic brain injury.
For users who lose their voice due to ALS, apraxia or other diagnoses, Proloquo4Text supports my-own-voice. This service by Acapela Group allows users to record their own voice, or one of a family member. Read how Peter recorded his voice before losing it to cancer.
‘Proloquo4Text is a very powerful app. I especially like how I can have different conversations at the same time without losing any text. The ability to store phrases and the sentence prediction saves me a lot of time.’
Lee Ridley (Lost Voice Guy), comedian
‘Once again AssistiveWare has produced an industry leading product that competes with and in many instances outdoes the competition’
Scott Weissman, Assistive Technology Professional with IPAT
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