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AssistiveWare and N2Y now offer 4 reading levels in News-2-You iPad app

AssistiveWare and N2Y today announces News-2-You 2.0, an update to their popular symbol-supported newspaper for iPad. News-2-You connects students to the world with symbol-supported news and includes articles, puzzles, jokes and recipes. The app is designed for teaching and expanding literacy skills, from basic awareness of symbols and print, to reading fluently with comprehension. To support children of all ages and skill levels, the major update now includes four reading levels each week.
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World’s first Bilingual Spanish-English Children’s Text to Speech Voices

AssistiveWare and Acapela Group are proud to unveil the first ever genuine, natural-sounding bilingual American Spanish-English children's Text to Speech voices, which are now available in AssistiveWare's Proloquo4Text 1.1 text-based communication iOS app that gives a voice to people who cannot speak, AssistiveWare's Pictello 2.1 visual story-telling iOS app, and in Infovox iVox 4 for Mac. With Infovox iVox, these new voices can be used with any Mac app that supports Text to Speech.
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AssistiveWare Pictello 1.7 Adds German and Australian Children’s Voices

AssistiveWare announced today the release of Pictello 1.7, with genuine German and Australian Children's Text to Speech voices - another industry first. Pictello offers a simple way to create talking photo albums and talking books on an iPad, iPhone and iPod touch in many languages. Stories can be shared with friends, family, teachers, etc. via free Pictello Sharing Server and as PDF files via email or iTunes File Sharing. A new natural-sounding Australian adult female voice was also revealed.
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AssistiveWare and Acapela Group Unveil Australian Children’s Voices

Acapela Group and AssistiveWare are proud to unveil that the first ever genuine, natural-sounding Australian children's voices are now available in Proloquo2Go, a text-to-speech app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad designed to provide a voice for children who cannot speak. The companies also announced, Lisa, a new adult Australian female voice to complete the Australian voice family. Version 3.0 also adds a number of other major features, including ExpressivePower and much more.
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