Read with Image Cards

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Read with Image Cards

Includes seven built-in stories.
Text to Speech with friendly female voice.
Image to word library covering common nouns.
Ability to add your own images and video to the word library.

About the Visual Reading Application
iPhoneIcon_BigThe Visual Reading app was built to assist those with Autism, Dyslexia, or individuals who have difficulty reading with just words. Created by a parent with an autistic child, the idea of associating images to words was inspired by a bedtime reading session. The child was able to read and understand the story when the parent pointed to various images on the book page, whilst reading and pointing at the words. This helped in making a connection between the word and an image.

The application works on this idea by allowing the user to place images or videos above each word. Have fun adding your own concrete nouns for everyday common objects that the child is familiar with . Most common nouns are already included in the application but feel free to experiment and add your own. Even add a photo of the subject if appropriate. For some abstract words the user is encouraged to find images or make videos that the child is comfortable or familiar with.

Key Features
Assign your own images or videos to words.
Create your own fun stories.
Help create a concrete association between words and images.
Use the built-in library of 760 words-to-images or extend the library by adding your own images or videos to words.
Print your story words as large image cards.
Print your story pages.

Price: £11.99 - $16.99 (PRO - All new/future books are unlocked)
Price: £3.99 - $5.99 (LITE - Books unlocked via In-app-purchase)


Platform: iPAD

Download Visual Reading for the iPAD

CREATE YOUR OWN STORIES. Features:

  • Unlimited User Books
  • Unlimited Book Pages
  • Add a book cover and page covers from your camera or iPAD media library

Click on the word images to:

  • Hear the word spoken.
  • Zoom the word image or play any video associated with the word.
  • Use the play buttons to read the story. (Read Page or Read Line)
  • Mute audio to encourage the child or adult to speak the word.

Create Your Own Fun Stories

More info here.

Download Visual Reading for the iPAD

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