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Assistive Technology: iReadWrite for iPad-Powerful Tools for Writing


This sounds very much like iWord Q which I already have but at $39NZ as I don't have a particular child in mind I won't buy but it does look good.

Why are these assistive apps so much more expensive than other apps? It seems the more children could use these sorts of apps the more they cost. Do they cost that much more to develop????


  • Tara Fagan

    Abilipad is another similiar app and slightly cheaper at $25.  It has a range of keyboards, including lower case, as well as customisable keyboards which can include images as well as text.  Along with word prediction, it has text to speech, open dyslexia font and shares with dropbox and email.