Read and Listen

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An application designed to help communication with those with reduced or no verbal skills. Features include:
– Easy to use grid system
– Add your own folders/nodes to any existing node
– Add pictures to nodes/folders you add
– Hide or delete existing nodes
– Save phrases for later use
– Many prefilled nodes and folders

NOTE: The first thing this app does is installs the android text-to-speech engine if it can’t be found. At the moment the app requires the TTS stuff, but in the future I’ll be making the TTS installation transition nicer and add an option to run the app without it entirely.

I built this app for use with my daughter on the autistic spectrum with very limited speech skills. However, it could easily be used for anyone with the following:
– On the autism spectrum
– Asperger syndrome
– Verbal aphasia


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A free AAC talker app for Android which supports communication in all areas of life and therefore providing a voice to everyone. LetMeTalk is donation financed.

LetMeTalk enables you to line up images in a meaningful way to read this row of images as a sentence. To line up images is known as PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System) or AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication).

The image database of LetMeTalk contains more than 9,000 easy to understand images from ARASAAC ( Additionally, you can add existing images from the device or take new photos with the build in camera.

To use LetMeTalk, no internet connection or mobile contract is necessary. Therefore you can use LetMeTalk in almost any situation, like hospitals, nursing home or schools.

Suitable for:
• autism symptoms and Asperger syndrome
• aphasia
• speech apraxia

• articulation/phonological disorder
• Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
• Motor Neuron Disease (MND)
• Cerebral palsy
• Down syndrome

• more than 9,000 images from ARASAAC included
• voice support for images and sentences
• unlimited creation of new categories and adding new images
• pre configured for kids with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
• voice support for English, Spanish, French, Italian and German. More languages possible by the use of different text to speech engines
• more supported languages without voice support: Chinese, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Arabic, Russian, Polish, Bulgarian, Romanian, Galician, Catalan, Basque