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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

TapToTalk in All Languages

We are happy to announce that TapToTalk can now be used with all languages. Yes, we do mean all.

Sounds, of course, can be recorded in any language. Now text for picture captions and descriptions can be entered in TapToTalk Designer in any language. The Nintendo App has certain restrictions on the characters it displays, as described below, but the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Web apps can display and play any language.

TapToTalk documentation is in English, and the user interface in TapToTalk Designer is in English, so for design work, a limited familiarity with English is helpful.

Nintendo AppiPhone/iPod/iPad/Web Apps
SoundsRecord in any languageRecord in any language
Picture captions and descriptions:
English and European character set
Accented characters displayed
without accent marks
All character sets displayed
Picture captions and descriptions:
All other character sets
Not displayedAll character sets displayed

Now portable, customizable, affordable, socially acceptable AAC is available for children everywhere, regardless of language.

If you have a TapToTalk idea or story you'd like us to share with other TapToTalk users, please email us at blog@taptotalk.com.

The TapToTalk Team
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