By John Allijn
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Hello and welcome to the latest version of "READ".
"READ" is a very easy to use application, designed for one thing only:
HELP YOU COMMUNICATE.
If you can't speak or can't hear, you can still communicate by reading and writing.
This app let's you write some text in a normal text field and then enlarges it so that others can read it.
It is enlarged full screen, so it can usually also be read from across the room.
Use READ at home, at the hospital, in the retirement home or even in loud and crowdy places.
The Vote buttons let you choose between multiple-choice answers (i.e. class-rooms)
There are even Red, Yellow and Green cards available for meetings, sport and interventions.
Give READ a chance and you will see that it can help you get back in touch.
How to use READ:
- Swipe left or right to navigate
- Enter text in the white text-field to enlarge
- Use the Cards-button for voting and red/yellow/green cards
- Use the History icon for previous text entries. (the lastest is always on top)
Other uses for READ include:
- Show people messages across the room
- Communicate with the hearing-impaired.
- Help you when you can't speak, for example after a throat-operation.
- You don't have to learn sign-language with this app
- learn kids how to read.
The app was designed with simplicity in mind. Everyone can use it.
READ! turns your iPad in a extremely easy to use slate that shows your text so big that it can even be read from across the room. Text is resized while displayed, so it will always fit on the screen.
READ is now UNIVERSAL. Works on iPad, iPhone, Retina-displays, iPod-touch.
READ works with any language that your device itself can handle. If you can type it, you can show it.
Now we're talking! :)
So what's next?
I plan to include the following features in future versions:
- AppleTV support
- Apple Watch support
- Display on multiple devices simultaniously.
- Pictures and Icons for inter-language communication
What's New in Version 7.0.1
fixed an issue where the multiple choice cards would not enlarge on some devices in portrait mode.