Free Speech

Free Speech

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Free Speech is a sound board (AAC program) for people who need help speaking. When you press a button, a sound is played.

Free Speech is ready to be personalized for your needs:

- You can create and edit buttons using your device itself.
- Buttons can read your text using the text-to-speech (TTS) built-into Android, or can play recorded sounds.
- You can display text, images, or both on a button.
- You can "chain" buttons to make it easy to speak hundreds of sentences in just a few taps.
- You can choose how many buttons to display at a time, so that you have as many buttons as you can easily work with on a single screen.
- For things you don't need to say very often, Free Speech also includes a "type to talk" keyboard interface.

Best of all, it's free to use.

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Recently changed in this version

v. 1.31: Added "home" button to new tabs by default.

v. 1.30: Fixed intermittent database errors. Backups work again.

v. 1.29: Fixed problems with missing action bar on devices without a menu key.

v. 1.28: Fixed problems with moving buttons to or linking to new tabs.

v. 1.27: Fixed TTS language detection problems with Samsung devices.

v. 1.26: Fixed image selection in KitKat.

v. 1.25: Fixed problems when selecting another locale.


Comments and ratings for Free Speech
  • (16 stars)

    by justplainnorma on 24/11/2012

    seemed promising. easy to create buttons/tabs but wouldn't consistently provide voice output. My 7yo son is autistic/non verbal & needs solid app, but without consistent voice output, it would just make him more frustrated & less likely to use any device.

  • (16 stars)

    by Brooke L on 23/03/2015

    This app is perfect for someone who struggles with aphasia but is still able to read. I love the customization options, and the ability for each word pressed to take you to a page with the most likely next word is extremely helpful. Also, my thanks to the dev for implementing a consistent back/home button when adding new tabs! I do have one request, it's the only reason I keep a 2nd AAC app instal

  • (16 stars)

    by April Gear on 30/07/2014

    I have trouble w/ words sometimes due to fibro fog and this will come in handy.

  • (16 stars)

    by Muff Arrow on 02/07/2014

    I don't need this app but it is very very useful for people who needs it.

  • (16 stars)

    by Raj Khuti on 05/06/2014

    I have used this app to help a number of friends after traumatic incidents, works wonders easy to adapt and change the buttons to suit both the user and the carer. Raj Khuti sevasolutions