PrAACtical Thinking 49 Free or Lite Versions of AAC Apps

Published on April 20th, 2012 | by Carole Zangari

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49 Free or Lite Versions of AAC Apps

The content of this post has been updated. Click HERE for the most current version that includes Android apps and a link to our AAC app rubric.

It’s hard to believe that since our original list of free/lite AAC apps was posted two months ago, there have been at least 10 more that we were able to add. Thanks to Amy Taylor for her suggestions on the previous list. Keep them coming! This list is for iOS devices. Stay tuned for one for Android devices.

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  1. AlexiCom AAC
  2. 49 Free or Lite Versions of AAC AppsAnswers: Yes/No Free
  3. Augie Free (Free version not currently available in US)
  4. Autism 5-Point Scale EP (Autism Help)
  5. Com App
  6. Comunicador Personal Adaptable(Spanish)
  7. DIME Lite
  8. Grid Player
  9. iBlissymbols Lite
  10. iComm Education
  11. iPhonic Lite
  12. iPicto Lite
  13. Locabulary Lite
  14. MetaTalk Lite
  15. My Talking Phone
  16. MyTalk Tools
  17. MyVoice Communication Aid
  18. Neo Julie (also Kate and Paul)
  19. Noni Lite
  20. OneVoice-AAC
  21. Phrase Board
  22. Pic A Word
  23. Pics Aloud Lite
  24. Picture Card Maker
  25. Picture Board
  26. PocketAAC-Lite
  27. Say Hi AAC
  28. Scene & Heard Lite
  29. Small Talk Aphasia (Male & Female)
  30. Small Talk Conversational Phrases
  31. Small Talk Daily Activities
  32. Small Talk Intensive Care
  33. Small Talk Pain Scale
  34. Speech Button Free
  35. Sono Flex Lite
  36. Speak All
  37. Speak for Yourself LAT Kids
  38. Spubble Lite
  39. Talk Assist
  40. Talking Text
  41. Talk Tommy
  42. Talk to Me 100 (free version has 9 locations)
  43. Talk 4 Me
  44. Tapikeo
  45. Tap to Talk
  46. Touch Chat Lite
  47. Verbally
  48. VocaBeans EN
  49. VoiceSymbol AAC

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Carole Zangari

Carole Zangari has been involved in the practice and teaching of AAC for over 20 years. She is a professor of speech-language pathology and has been fortunate to have been able to introduce many children and adults to the world of AAC. "Far and away the best prize that life has to offer is the chance to work hard at work worth doing." Theodore Roosevelt



6 Responses to 49 Free or Lite Versions of AAC Apps

  1. Jane Farrall says:

    Sounding Board, which is a good switch accessible app, is free at the moment and at least until the end of June 2012. Other new free AAC Apps are Communicate Mate, Communicate Mate Female, Free Speech, Gabby Tabs Lite and Speech Button (different to Speech Buttons Lite). Cheers :)

    • Carole Zangari Carole Zangari says:

      Thanks for those GREAT tips, Jane!! We will help spread the word. Between all the freebies for Autism Awareness month and Better Hearing and Speech Month, I might have to go for the new iPad. :)

  2. Jane Farrall says:

    Oops – and also Connect Cards, See and Say lite, Talking Cards Lite and Functional Communication System Lite.

  3. Paramvyom Saxena says:

    Hello,

    I just came across this article. A group of friends and I have developed a new Free AAC app (YouTalk AAC) for Android and we would love it to be added to this list — Is there a way we can make this happen? We belive this app is one of the most beautiful, elegant and easy to use AAC apps out there and. Thank you – Swami

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.youtalkaac&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwyLDEsImNvbS55b3V0YWxrYWFjIl0.

    • Robin Parker Robin Parker says:

      Thank you so much for sharing. We have added your app and our new updated list will be posted soon. Thanks for helping to create new AAC options.

    • Carole Zangari Carole Zangari says:

      Swami, thanks for your work and for stopping by to comment. Our latest version of this article has Android apps (http://bit.ly/14SHjCK). As Robin said, we will look at yours and include it in the next revision. Thanks again!

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