Outspoken Communicator Mobile System with TapToTalk
Compusult's Outspoken Communicator Mobile System is a high-quality portable Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) solution. It includes the TapToTalk AAC software pre-installed on an iPad or select Android device, as well as optional accessories.
TapToTalk displays a set of pictures on a screen, and when you tap a particular picture, TapToTalk plays a word or sentence and displays another screen of pictures. It comes with a fully functional album that you can use and there are also options to individualize albums to meet specific needs.
- Choose from a library of over 2500 pictures, or add your own photos.
- Choose the vocabulary, language, voice and accent, or record your voice or use Text-to-Speech (TTS).
- Each screen in an album can have up to 12 pictures and each album can have hundreds of pictures. You can publish up to 12 albums to supported devices.
- Discount pricing may be available with the purchase of multiple items.
- For more information about the Outspoken Communicator Mobile System with TapToTalk, please contact us by calling toll free at 1 888 745 7914 (Canada and USA only), +1 709 745 7914 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Comprehensive AAC solution that allows a user to increase vocabulary, store commonly used words and phrases and use symbols and/or text-based functions.
Please note Proloquo2Go is only for iPad.
If you require a solution for an Android device, please contact Compusult for information about the other Outspoken Communicator Mobile systems we offer.
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