Everyone is always talking about some new app, and I simply can’t keep up!
Recently, I ran across something called the “iPhone App Directory.” The British magazine, now in its sixth issue, reviews, rates and lists download costs for apps. I was curious to see how many of the 947 reviewed apps had potential for assisting with most disabilities, and I ended up very pleased and surprised.
Dare I say we might have reached the tipping point in technological universal design? It seemed there were many apps that could be beneficial to people with cognitive disabilities, although interestingly, some of those were not user friendly and therefore not recommended.
It was refreshing to see the number of new educational apps that may help persons with learning disabilities. Knowing that this magazine couldn’t cover all the new apps, I launched a search for similar magazines and found a good site that listed endless publications that also rate and compare new apps.
Here are some apps that I thought were particularly interesting.
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