What’s New

Version 3.10.1

Bug fixes. Please update immediately.
(1) Unable to change images of icons and categories.
(2) On the iPad, unable to add a new icon.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

AmyAbility ,


This application has huge potential! In our case, our daughter has Down syndrome. Her speech is often unclear to others, she forgets words, and she gets mixed up between similar words. However, she's fantastic at identifying pictures & loves looking at them just for fun. This tool is a great way to help her both develop language and be understood by others. The main limitation for us, as someone previously mentioned, is that you can't create new categories - you're stuck with the 9 categories chosen by the developers. Once this feature is added, it will be much more customizable to meet the needs of individual users, many of whom may not be able to make use of the spelling of a word to find the word they need. If you could modify the categories, you could start out by making a really simple, limited category/vocabulary system for users who need that, and modify it to be more and more complex as the user improves in their language ability and skill using the ap. This tool represents an exciting new era, in which technology is "changing the picture" for people with disabilities & other challenges. Thank you!

Kīlauea ,

Simple and work well

My little brother's been using Voice4u and he hasn't let go of it ever since he started using it.
It's pretty awesome and all the pictures are cool and easy to look at.
The system is easy to use and to learn (I learned the basics it in a few seconds! There's nothing complicated with it,) so I can help my brother with making icons instead of going over manuals and trying to learn how to type something into an oversized device that can't even pronounce anything the way we want.
It also makes carrying things around a lot easier. My brother's old speaking device was the size of a small laptop, and was immensely heavy and annoying to carry around everywhere. But now, since the device is compacted into the small iPod Touch, it's a hundred times lighter and also looks much cooler to carry around everywhere. (When my brother carried around his old device, everyone tried to take his device and tried to use it because it looked so "special".)

Nia / SLP ,

Speech Language Pathologist Review

I found this app to be very useful for my non-verbal students or students with a limited speech repetoire. I especially like the fact that I was able to personalize the photos(i.e., add familiar objects, classroom staff, students, and rewards) into this app. I even allowed someof the students to record their own names with their pictures. I can also modify this app to add information about books we've read in speech and ask "wh" questions about it. This app serves as a great visual support to my lessons... Bye Bye velcrow, laminating paper and scissors:)


Spectrum Visions LLC
101.9 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


English, Japanese

Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2019 Spectrum Visions Global, Inc.
In-App Purchases
  1. Premium: 1 Month $4.99
  2. Premium: Annual $49.99
  3. Voice4u Pro (Annual Subscription) $9.99


  • Family Sharing

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

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