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What’s New

Version 2.053

Bug fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

SpeechPath ,

Scene Speak is great!

As other reviewers have mentioned, this app is great and serves a variety of functions. It can be used to learn vocabulary, but also to communicate. Children can use the pictures to express ideas and make choices! The best part? It's customizable and users can upload real pictures and not be stuck with only cartoon images! Like other users mention, the developer is responsive to questions and also really works to improve the app based on user suggestions! When I suggested that the picture hot spots would work better if they could grow by either height or width and not always both, I was happy to find that they are already working on it! I love the app and I can't wait for the fine tuning!

Normal is a Dryer Setting ,

One of the Best Comprehensive Apps for Special Needs

I'm the parent of two children with special needs, and originally, I purchased this app for my 5 year old, who is diagnosed with Autism and Apraxia, to help him learn to use assistive technology to navigate in everyday settings. However, I've found that it's not only great for functional usage (at a fraction of the cost of apps out there that have far fewer features) but I can make detailed and personalized interactive storybooks within this app that can include my child in his favorite stories (or make up my own using personal photos). We absolutely love this app, and would recommend it to ANY parent of a small child who wishes to make creative and interactive books, as well as any individual who might have limited verbal skills. GREAT app...thank you again, Good Karma!

Slpgirl ,

Great app for Visual Scene Display

Having recently heard a presentation on research showing the benefits of Visual Scene Display AAC with babies, toddlers, and preschoolers (and for older kids who are functioning at that level), I was happy to find this reasonably priced app. I have found it easy to use. There are options to use your own photos or use an Internet search to find images. Images can be arranged into books. I took photos from a book and made interactive scenes for my non verbal students-- much more engaging than a traditional gridded AAC display! I am an SLP but I think this app would also be useful for special Ed teachers and parents of non-verbal and low verbal children and for professionals working in early intervention.


Good Karma Applications, Inc
50.5 MB

Requires iOS 8.2 or later. Compatible with iPad.



Age Rating
Rated 4+
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