Wednesday, February 27, 2013

"HandySpeech" from Apple can give voice


iSpeak4U, a company in Connecticut, has developed a handwriting-to-speech app to help people with disabilities to communicate.

It was developed by a 12-yr-old, Eric Zeiberg, whose sister suffers from autism.

You can write in any of 13 languages and the writing is converted to speech.

It costs about $30 and is available from the Apple App Store or go to http://ispeak4u.com for more info.

Want to see it in action? Go to http://www.ispeak4u.com/newscenter.html.

Cool, Eric.

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