PrAACtical Thinking 59 Free and Lite AAC Apps

Published on May 6th, 2012 | by Carole Zangari

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59 Free and Lite 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.

The AAC app market is growing faster than any of us could have imagined even a few months ago.  Here is our current list of AAC apps that are offered free or in lite versions. Thanks to Jane Farrall for the heads-up about some of the most recent additions.

  1. AlexiCom AAC
  2. Answers: 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. Communicate Mate Female: NEW
  8. Communicate Mate Male: NEW
  9. Connect Cards:NEW
  10. DIME Lite
  11. FreeSpeech: NEW
  12. Functional Communication System Lite: NEW
  13. Gabby Tabs Lite: NEW
  14. Grid Player    Gabby Tabs
  15. iBlissymbols Lite
  16. iComm Education
  17. iPhonic Lite
  18. iPicto Lite
  19. Locabulary Lite
  20. MetaTalk Lite
  21. My Choice Pad Lite: NEW
  22. My Talking Phone
  23. MyTalk Tools
  24. Neo Julie (also Kate and Paul)
  25. Noni Lite
  26. OneVoice-AAC
  27. Phrase Board
  28. Pic A Word
  29. Pics Aloud Lite
  30. Picture Card Maker
  31. Picture Board
  32. PocketAAC-LitePic A Word
  33. Say Hi AAC
  34. See and Say Lite: NEW
  35. Scene & Heard Lite
  36. Small Talk Aphasia (Male & Female)
  37. Small Talk Conversational Phrases
  38. Small Talk Daily Activities
  39. Small Talk Intensive Care
  40. Small Talk Pain Scale
  41. Sounding Board: NEW
  42. SFY_Speak4Youself Lite: NEW
  43. Speech Button: NEW
  44. Speech Buttons Free
  45. Sono Flex Lite
  46. Speak All
  47. Speak for Yourself LAT Kids
  48. Spubble Lite
  49. Talk Assist
  50. Talking Cards Lite: NEW
  51. Talking Text
  52. Talk Tommy
  53. Talk to Me 100 (free version has 9 locations)
  54. Talk 4 Me
  55. Tap to Talk
  56. Touch Chat Lite
  57. Verbally
  58. VocaBeans EN
  59. 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

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