|Subject||Community of Practice, Utility|
|Accessibility Feature||Magnification, VoiceOver/Screen Reader|
A list of switch-accessible apps for the iPad and iPhone that aren’t primarily designed for AAC – or which can be used for reasons other than communication.http://www.janefarrall.com/switch-accessible-apps-for-ipadiphone-non-aac
Switch Accessible Apps for iPad/iPhone – Non AAC (Free)
Talking Carl (Paid)
Subject Communication, POHI/CI, Visual Skills Accessibility Feature Magnification Platform iOS Age Range Elementary, Preschool
Talk, sing, and play with Carl. Tickle him, feed him, and hear his funny laughs, growls, and more!
Tap-n-See Now (Paid)
Subject POHI/CI, Visual Skills Accessibility Feature Magnification Platform iOS Age Range Elementary, Preschool
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. Includes in-app purchases.
Subject ILS, Utility Accessibility Feature Magnification, VoiceOver/Screen Reader Platform iOS Age Range Elementary, Preschool, Secondary, Teachers
Designed to help the blind and visually impaired students identify objects they encounter in their daily lives. Tap the screen to take a photo of anything, at any angle, and hear the app speak the identification.
Subject Community of Practice Accessibility Feature VoiceOver/Screen Reader, Magnification Platform Website Age Range Teachers
Based in Okemos, Michigan, TechSmith provides screen capture and recording software for individual and professional use. The easy-to-use software helps to create, store, and share audio presentations, photos, podcasts, and videos on a computer.www.techsmith.com