JABtalk is a free speech communication application designed to help non-verbal children and adults communicate. Speech therapists commonly refer to JABtalk as an easy and effective augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device. By combining personalized voice and images with an extremely simple user interface, JABtalk delivers a speech solution that is both fun to use and easy to learn. Originally designed as a communication tool for children with special needs, JABtalk has evolved into a communication tool used by special needs children, stroke patients, toddlers, speech-language pathologists, and others.

    Some of JABtalk features include:
    -Navigation designed to be intuitive for toddlers
    -Build sentences from words
    -Organize words into user-defined categories for simple navigation
    -Heptic feedback (vibration) when touching a word or category for immediate physical feedback
    -Ability to rearrange and resize pictures
    -Download unlimited number pictures from internet directly into JABtalk!
    -Ability to capture pictures directly from your device's camera
    -Ability to import pictures from your device's memory card
    -Ability to record your own audio for words using your devices microphone.
    -Ability to import audio files from a memory card
    -Supports text-to-speech if you don't want to record or import your own audio files
    -Easy to use passcode protected administrative tools for managing words and categories
    -Fullscreen mode to prevent kids from easily exiting app
    -Easily backup/restore your data to preserve your changes or move your entire dataset to a different device
    -Online tutorials at

    If you are using JABtalk as an AAC device for an individual with special needs (down syndrome, autism, etc...), we strongly recommend having the individual assessed by a speech-language pathologist to ensure JABtalk is the most appropriate solution for the the individual's needs.

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    Gus Aguilera

    by Gus Aguilera

    Feb 15, 2017  |  "Poor"

    We have the Galaxy tablet. Watched the video. There wasnt a pin#. Was not able to add more than one word or category. Very disappointed

    Ken Weselowski

    by Ken Weselowski

    Feb 13, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Automated voice on the Samsung tablet was turned down......when you press volume up use the (v) drop down , 3 volume bars are displayed (Notification-Media-System ) slide them.. up. Voice Returned!

    Bryan Tillman

    by Bryan Tillman

    Dec 15, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    The important thing: It works! We use Jabtalk on a Samsung Galaxy 4, and it is already changing our son's daily life for the better. Portability is key, as is the ease of setup. The setup process is smooth and concise enough that our son enjoys adding words and phrases almost as much as he does using the app. It's exciting for him because each picture added means another word added to his usable lexicon, and thus added to his ability to communicate his thoughts and needs. Setup is made easier by the convenient lookup function to find photos on Google - nearly always preferable to the icons more typical of other assistive apps. We have used two or three of the earlier, more expensive systems such as Touch Chat on the iPad or the Prentke-Romich dedictated device, but they were more complicated to set up and the devices themselves are much larger and heavier, and therefore easier to leave behind. Stuffing the phone in his pocket is so easy! Initially I was put off by having to start completely from scratch in populating the app with categories and icons, but that frustration quickly subsided once I made an outline of categories. The extra work is worth it!

    Brittnie Coffel

    by Brittnie Coffel

    Nov 03, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Great concept of app, but only downfall is there is no sound at all..

    ganesha ajjampura

    by ganesha ajjampura

    Oct 16, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Great App

    Allen Kronenwetter

    by Allen Kronenwetter

    Oct 15, 2016  |  "Good"

    When I try to use anything from categories, the automated voice stops working. It won't say the word when it is added, and when the whole sentence is played, it says the first word then cuts off. Please fix; this is otherwise a good app