AssistiveWare has released a Proloquo4Text Mac app, as well as adding some exciting new features to Proloquo4Text for iPad, and iPhone. Now you can finally also have Proloquo4Text on your desktop, in your hands, in your pocket, and on your wrist.
It is hard to believe that it is already 10 years ago that the first Proloquo2Go was released. Today we are releasing the 7th major update. Proloquo2Go 7 introduces a number of exciting new features that we would like to tell you more about.
In Proloquo2Go 6, we’re implementing one of the oldest and most popular feature requests: adding audio recordings to buttons to replace text to speech. We think the range and customization this feature will allow you to add to the vocabulary will make it a great addition to the app.
An app like Proloquo2Go depends on symbols that are clear, identifiable, and relevant. This is important in getting an AAC learner engaged and interested in the system. It’s also necessary to provide all of our users with vocabulary that recognizes their daily life.
Even though saving regular backups is critical for any AAC user, it's often forgotten or lost in the flurry of day-to-day activities. AssistiveWare's Joe, longtime Support Team members, explains how the improved backups in Proloquo2Go 5.1 make your life easier.
Proloquo2Go 5 adds Text to Speech on Apple Watch. Proloquo2GO on Apple Watch now not only offers the ability to show your message to your communication partner, version 5.0 also allows you to speak the message out loud.