AutisMate for iPad aims to improve communication in kids with autism
0. phoneArena 16 Apr 2012, 13:36 posted on
When Jonathan Izak turned to the App Store to try and find a way to use the iPad to improve communication with his 10-year old autistic brother Oriel, he found that the apps available “required too much navigation for those with...
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1. good2great (Posts: 952; Member since: 22 Feb 2012)
very informative Charlene...
i wonder what negativity can be added to this in the comment section......???
2. fervid (Posts: 167; Member since: 22 Nov 2011)
Being anti-Apple I haven't really looked at much pricing there, but It starts out saying one of the reasons for not liking other apps was that they are high priced. $50 to me still seems a little high for iPad/iPhone apps. It is good to make an app for this...especially being involved with it to know what is needed and make it work best. Being a developer myself though as well as working with special needs I'd make something like this under $5 or Free. Parents of a Special Needs child have enough to worry about and pay for. I'd most likely make it on Android too using rugged tablets and phones that will take a beating. iPads are not durable enough for applications like that.
3. networkdood (Posts: 4749; Member since: 31 Mar 2010)
I have a child who is autistic...maybe I can get him to alternate between HALO and this app...lol
4. cellphonator (Posts: 298; Member since: 29 Oct 2011)
I'm not sure what's involved financially in developing an app like this, would be better if it was cheaper but, hey, it's a fantastic app!
5. mercorp (Posts: 916; Member since: 28 Jan 2012)
wow.I want to hack it to work with siri.
and let her turn on the sink,open the fridge.