Blogs about Proloquo2Go

Overview

Illustration of a child using P2G with the mother editing on P2g and on other side man in wheelchair presenting with Proloquo2Go
David Niemeijer, Olga Reutelingsperger

Proloquo2Go is ready for your Mac

It was on Mac that our augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) journey started almost 15 years ago. In 2005, Proloquo was released. This precursor to Proloquo2Go was the first AAC app on Mac OS X. Today we are coming full circle with the release of Proloquo2Go for Mac with macOS Catalina.

Illustration of four children with different facial expressions and emotions, with a finger pointing to one
Jennifer Marden
Speech Language Pathologist

Using AAC to talk about emotions

How did you learn to label your emotional state as “sad” or “tired”? This blog is full of strategies for teaching the spoken words for feelings - especially for AAC users.

Girl using Proloquo2Go on an iPad
Tara Coghlan
Communications Specialist

New in Proloquo2Go 6: Audio recording

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.

Girl using Proloquo2Go on an iPad
Tara Coghlan
Communications Specialist

New in Proloquo2Go 6: Shout function

In this version of the app, we’ve added extra volume options to Tools. Not only will you be able to adjust the volume on screen, we’ve also added a shout function.

Girl using Proloquo2Go on an iPad
Tara Coghlan
Communications Specialist

New in Proloquo2Go 6: AirDrop

With this update, we’re making it super easy to share your vocabulary with other devices. To do this, we’ve added AirDrop options for buttons, folders, and entire backups.