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Abilipad is a customizable keyboard and adaptive notepad, with word prediction and text-to-speech. 


Features:


Keyboard Editor enables one to quickly and easily create customized keyboard layouts:

•Assign each key any letter, word, sentence or picture

•Merge cells together to form larger keys

•Create audio recordings 

•Select from various fonts and letters sizes
•Use different colors for the grid, keys and letters


The adaptive notepad provides scaffolding and support:

•Distraction-free writing space
•Word Prediction

•Text-to-Speech

•Set the text style (font, size and color) and background color

•Include images from the image library or use your own pictures
•Add, duplicate and reorder pages

•Linked keyboards enable one to effortlessly shift between keyboards


Text-to-speech:

•Words are highlighted as they are spoken

•20 natural-sounding Acapella voices: 4 American, 4 British, 5 French, 3 German, 2 Spanish, 1 Catalan, and 1 Australian

•Speaks letters, words and /or sentences

•AAC option with easily accessible clear text button

•Adjust the reading speed


Accessibility Features:
•Bluetooth enabled for use with a wireless keyboard

•VoiceOver Accessible

•Insert text from emails, text documents or webpages to hear it read out loud

•Languages include English, Spanish, French and German


Organization

•Intuitive, user-friendly interface

•Automatically save your work as you make changes

•Organize notepads and keyboards into folders 



Sharing

•Export Abilipad files privately via email or Dropbox

•Share keyboards and lessons online with other Abilipad users

•Download ready-made activities from the Abilipad Library

Alexander using Abilipad

Video demonstrations via Abilipad’s web-site






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