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18 May, 2023
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Apple has recently highlighted app developer AssistiveWare and its augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) apps, which are helping non-verbal individuals communicate through iPhones and iPads.

These apps, including Proloquo2Go, Proloquo, and Proloquo Coach, offer a range of features such as building phrases or sentences, expanding language and grammar, and learning related words.

For example, Proloquo offers 49 genuine children and adult's text-to-speech voices and 12,000 words, three times more than other AAC apps.

AssistiveWare apps also support VoiceOver and Switch Control for users who are blind or low vision, or have limited mobility.

According to AssistiveWare's CEO, David Niemeije, the shift to iOS devices has helped a larger number of people afford to use this technology. With this technology, individuals who previously had difficulty communicating can now better express themselves.