OneVoice app brings voice to those who can't speak, but is it worth $200?
OneVoice allows full customization. The app can be set to beginner or advanced mode, allowing adaptability for children or adults of varying developmental stages. It also allows the output voice to be changed in tone and speed. The user can also customize the photos to allow phrases specific to their need to be programmed for them.
For years, technology has played a vital role in allowing those with disabilities to cope with being able to communicate their feelings and expressions. Priced at $199.99, it's one of the most expensive apps in the app store. While we see how useful it can be, it seems as though the price may be a bit high for the actual product. At the end of the day it does have the ability to give speech to those who cannot speak, and to some that may be considered priceless.
Legend has posted a video walk through of the basic features and customization available with OneVoice:
OneVoice is available for iPad and iPhone for $199.99, and can be downloaded from the App Store: here
source: OneVoice via TUAW
2. ceepyou posted on 29 May 2012, 14:01 0 0
This could be used for those with learning disabilities or the deaf. The ability to communicate effectively to those around you is priceless. Families of the disabled and those who are deaf may appreciate these efforts no matter the cost. It should be at least $50-$100 less though.
Also, it would be great for helping your young child to learn to read, or communicate otherwise. Still needs to be more affordable.
3. eman99 posted on 29 May 2012, 15:21 0 0
my son has cp cant talk but knows some sign but cmon give me a discount 200 plus the cost of a device cut me some slack