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Great interactive activity to enrich academic content

It is easy to use.
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Robust yet flexible AAC application

Proloquo2go is the best AAC application for iPad that I have come across. It is a robust communication tool, with a large library of images and voices, but is flexible enough for novice users and administrators to adjust and create communication boards and setting in seconds.
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This is very easy to learn to program and highly customizable for a variety of communication needs.

I love Proloquo2go and have 2 students using this app to help meet their augmentative communication needs. I have found it very easy to set up for a variety of communication opportunities, and I especially like the video tutorials that the company provides. I have also found that questions are answered in a timely manner on their Facebook page when I need further information about its use. It's expensive but a great alternative to the expense of a dedicated communication device that often costs $6000 or more.
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Comprehensive AAC app for individuals w/ limited language & communication

Proloquo2go gives a voice to individuals who are non-verbal and/or individuals who have difficulty with spoken language. Not only is PQ2Go one of the most intuiative AAC apps currently available, it also is one of the few AAC apps that can be customized to meet the need of the individual user which is what makes the app appealing to parents and educators of students with autism. PQ2Go contains options/advanced options regarding grid display, grid size, back ground colors, symbol display, fonts, voices, pronunciation, text to speak, word prediction, switch access, scanning, auto morphology, multiple users, etc. The features included in the latest version of PQ2Go version 3.03 are enough to make any parent/educator ecstatic over the possibilities of using this app and the iPad as a voice output device.
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