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Description

This version can be purchased under the Apple VPP service as well as on the App Store.

Free 30 day trial available with the Grid for iPad - AAC version. Search 'Grid for iPad' in the App Store.

Grid for iPad has content for everyone – with more resources and communication tools than any other AAC app, for all ages and levels of literacy

It is easy to use, easy to edit, and easy to make your own.

Try it for free for 30 days - voice included!

Grid for iPad is designed for people with conditions such as:
- Autism
- Cerebral Palsy
- Down’s syndrome
- Learning difficulties
- ALS / MND
- Stroke / Aphasia

COMMUNICATION RESOURCES

Super Core
Research-based core vocabulary designed for children starting out with AAC.
Two sizes (50 cell and 30 cell) and learning grids

Text Talker
Instant communication for literate users. Smart prediction and message recall make conversation flow.

Alpha Core
Alpha Core offers a range of ways to help you communicate as your physical abilities change – with quick access to prediction and phrases, alongside a keyboard of your choice.

PODD (In-app purchase)
The PODD grid sets organise language according to the reasons we communicate and are based on the popular PODD communication books.

And more...
Grid for iPad also includes a range of accessible apps, interactive learning activities and symbol vocabularies

TOP FEATURES
- Range of research-based AAC resources
- Online Grids – our free resource store
- Fast and intuitive in-app editing
- Remote editing – from any Windows computer
- SymbolStix, PCS and Widgit symbols included
- Available in over 20 languages

What’s New

Version 3.0.66.4

Software improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

SDjacaranda ,

Pretty good, but could be better.

I’m grateful I have this app, because I can use it to speak when I ordinarily wouldn’t be able to. I wish there were a “pause” feature so that when someone interrupts me, I don’t have to repeat the entire sentence, phrase or paragraph again, but just resume where I was when they began speaking. I also wish there were an easy way to switch back and forth between a conversation on a topic and a different screen where I can answer random questions on the fly that have nothing to do with the first conversation—-so that I can just respond to someone and then go back to what I was talking about… I live with a brain injury and it’s really hard to remember where everything is, or where words I’ve saved are hidden. Quite frankly, I abhor the way GRID is set up and had to go in and edit my grid so that I can have a keyboard on the landing page and stop hunting and pecking for vocabulary hidden inside other grids, when I can just type it out faster than getting lost in grids. Some of the features are buggy. For example, I keep my screen on dark mode to reduce migraines, but in “dark mode” I cannot see the text when I am trying to edit things… I wish I could switch between languages easily, but I have to have a completely different grid to do that… so I have to program pronunciation for words I need to use… it just seems like there’s so much planning required to have a simple conversation. Maybe it’s just a learning curve which will improve the longer I use it? At this point, I’m still trying to get people interested in a conversation with me—despite now having to use an AAC device with an app that I’m slow on. But no one can type as fast as they think… so, maybe I’m just asking too much.

App Privacy

The developer, Smartbox Assistive Technology, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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