We have had a few requests for AAC apps on Android and so have compiled this list of apps for you. Some are used regularly by our readers and staff, and others we have checked for ads, functionality and quality. If you think we have missed any, please comment below so that we can add them to the list. Please support Smart Apps For Android by using our download links and by sharing this post. Thanks!
Have we got a treat of a post for you today. This week's selection of Android apps will have your child feeding sharks, writing stories, even doing Rocket Science! There are apps for young and old, apps for education and fun, and apps for special needs. These apps are all free with no in-app purchases and good enough to share. Make sure you pass on this post!
** Please note ** Pricing and dates are correct at the time of publishing. We endeavour to only include apps that have no in-app purchases and no advertising. Only the app's developer can control when an app is free.**
Bottom Line: An assistive communication app with several nice features, including a word tree and the ability to predict the next word. Using real-life child voices is a great concept, though the voices won't match when new words are added. This is definitely an AAC app to consider for kids around 6-8.
Bottom line: A text-only AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication) app for those with speech disabilities. Easy to use and customize. The app comes with four Acapela voices, five keyboards, and text prediction that was based on an analysis of 9 million tweets — all of which can be adjusted to users' physical needs and abilities.