App facilitates communication for users unable to speak
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Regular readers of Springwise may remember our article on the LookTel Money Reader app, which can announce the value of paper currency to blind users. In another example of app-based technology coming to the aid of disabled users, we recently came across Verbally, an iPad app which speaks typed sentences and words for users who are unable to talk. Verbally, the first project by US-based Intuary, is described as an "Augmentative and Alternative Communication" app, and is available free of charge from the App Store. Designed to make communication as easy as possible, the app’s keyboard can switch between different…
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