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Tip:  Stylus saves the day

Tip: Stylus saves the day

I recently had a client using TouchChat. We thought initially that there was an issue with his iPod because it would not register his taps to the screen – it was slow to respond or non-responsive. We tried using a stylus and had immediate success. The icons were quite small, and it turned out that … Continue reading

Update on Photo Transfer App

Update on Photo Transfer App

I have been meaning to update my review on Photo Transfer App since last December, but Christmas festivities and a flooded basement slowed me down. Photo Transfer App is still my favorite app of the year (to see my original post go here).  It is an app that allows you to wirelessly transfer photos and … Continue reading

Google Maps for iPhone is back!!!

Google Maps for iPhone is back!!!

Google released its map version for the iPhone last week, much to my relief.  I have been frustrated with Apple’s own Maps as it was still making errors on major Vancouver streets for me. Google Maps returns with its public transit directions, and has added voice guided turn by turn directions and street views. I … Continue reading

Tactus Therapy Solutions on sale

Tactus Therapy Solutions on sale

Tactus Therapy Solutions produces professional speech therapy apps.  The apps are designed for all ages, and are appropriate for adults.  All Tactus Therapy apps are on sale for the month of November, as noted on their blog here. Tactus Therapy has an app package, called Language Therappy,  that combines 4 of their main speech apps … Continue reading

Trouble Sleeping? Relaxation Apps that work

Trouble Sleeping? Relaxation Apps that work

There are many relaxation apps available which can make choosing one a difficult task.  I have found the following apps by Andrew Johnson to be very effective.  They are available for Apple products, Android products, Windows 7 phones and Blackberry. I have only used the Apple versions, but am assuming the other versions will be … Continue reading

iOS 6 guide for iPad available

iOS 6 guide for iPad available

The updated iOS 6 guide for iPad mini and 4th generation iPad was released November 1, and you can access it here here (yes, Apple is on to the 4th iPad version).  Or, if you want, you can download it from itunes free here (need to download it to your iBooks). When I first read … Continue reading

Qcard – Unique Memory App

Qcard – Unique Memory App

Qcard is a new memory app designed by an ABI (Acquired Brain Injury) survivor for ABI survivors.  I like its clean design, and the app is well thought out. It has 3 types of colour coded reminders or “Qcards” that you can set: Quick Reminders – reminders to do short simple tasks (eg. take your … Continue reading

Snapguide

Snapguide

Snapguide is a free app that you can use to create and share your own step by step “how to” guide.  It has an easy to follow template in which you can use your own photos/videos to illustrate your guide.  Once your guide is complete, it is saved to Snapguide.com where it can be viewed … Continue reading