SnapType helps students keep up with their peers in class even when their penmanship holds them back. Students can easily complete school worksheets with the help of an iPad or iPhone. Thank you again, I truly appreciate it

SnapType alternatives

Sono Flex Lite

Tobii Sono Flex is an easy to use AAC vocabulary app that turns symbols into clear speech. It offers language to nonverbal users who are not yet in full control of literacy. Editing is very different, but once I got used to it I liked it (I like to see the whole page as a list, that is cool).Kate Ahern, M.S.Ed., AT Specialist and Operator of Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs Blog

  • rating 4.0
  • size 184 MB


SoundingBoard transforms your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad into the latest in communication technology. In just minutes, you can create custom boards using AbleNet symbols or your own words. Please update your device to iOS 8 or higher to take advantage of the latest features and bug fixes.

  • rating 3.33333
  • size 42.5 MB

Dyslexia Quest

Climb the mountain and play the yeti games. Each game will test memory and learning skills. Age ranges:5-7 years8-10 years11-16 years17+ years

  • rating 3.26923
  • size 156 MB

Social Stories Creator and Library

An amazing app for easily creating, sharing and printing educational social stories, visual schedules, and beautiful memories. This is a very valuable tool for any teacher, SLP, OT, direct care staff or parent Children with special needs often need more direct instruction of social skills. VPEslp25

  • size 139 MB

Tap-n-See Now Lite

Tap-n-See Now is the first app for iPad and iPhone created specifically for children with cortical visual impairment (CVI) The bright colors and fun pictures in this world-renowned cause and effect app will also appeal to babies and young toddlers without CVI.Design & Game Play:Tap-N-See Now was designed to incorporate Dr. Roman-Lantzys common characteristics of CVI.Adorable hand-drawn images dance around the screen one at a time, appealing to a childs preference for movement. The use of a single image against a solid background helps eliminate visual clutter while the use of highly saturated colors makes the image easier to see. Learn More:To learn more about cortical visual impairment and explore our other products, visit us on the web at

  • size 9.6 MB