OneVoice gives a voice to children with autism in 22 languages
Written by Nathan Barry
OneVoice, an iPad app that helps those with disabilities communicate, released a new version with support for 22 languages. This makes OneVoice the only professional augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) app that supports a language besides English. Finally giving voices to users all around the world.
The languages include German, Spanish, Brazilian Portugese, Arabic, and many more. Some languages have a single speaking style called a voice. Others like French have six unique voices so that users can find something that most closely matches their speaking style.
Until now, professional quality AAC applications have solely been in English, overlooking other languages. So the new languages provided by OneVoice open up a whole new communication opportunities to children around the world.
Here is the complete list of voices supported through in-app purchase:
– American Spanish
– Brazilian Portugese
– British English
– Canadian French
– Dutch (NL)
– Dutch (BE)
– Indian English
– Swedish (Finland)