OneVoice Lite: Use with ease! Review

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Use with ease!
This is genius! There are categories which are easily selected and it is simple to figure out! What a great application for kids of all ages needing AAC!
SD_SLP on Jan 6, 2012 for OneVoice Lite
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Great app.
We really like the lite version of one voice. It is very good to help my non verbal son to comunicate. I wish I have the full version.
KatitaPetita on Jan 6, 2012 for OneVoice Lite
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A great starting place!
I have been evaluating AAC applications for my 3 1/2 year old granddaughter. I am really delighted with One Voice. It is very easy for parents or teachers to implement, and is also easy for a child to understand how to use it. My only complaint is that the lite version has no vocalizations so I can evaluate the vocal quality, but at this point, it is more than adequate without the vocalizations for her to use. One Voice is definitely on a short list of applications we will continue evaluating for her use in the future.
Beeble736 on Jan 6, 2012 for OneVoice Lite
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looks good
I downloaded this app (the lite version) and see lots of potential as a functional communication system for children with diagnoses on the autism spectrum. The number of cells (and thus vocabulary) is not overwhelming and can be easily customized with pictures from my own library that will be meaningful to the student. The screen is not cluttered, but rather very clean. I look forward to actually trying the full version with young students.
Carol52Carol on Jan 6, 2012 for OneVoice Lite
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Functional, simple yet robust category-based symbol AAC that really works.....
One of the things that can be very frustrating about some of the more robust AAC devices and apps is the complexity of programming and navigating the grid and page sets. With the category based navigation of "OneVoice," you cannot get lost. The words and symbols that might be needed are always right there. Excellent app for AAC needs.
KVSautismmom on Jan 6, 2012 for OneVoice Lite
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User Friendly!
This is a very user friendly app and has very familiar and useful symbols. I reviewed the lite version so there was no voice available, but my daughter with apraxia was still able to make sentences for her family to read. I only gave it 5 out of 5 stars (and would give it more if allowed)!
LynneTr on Jan 6, 2012 for OneVoice Lite
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