This is a discussion on is there a simple YES/NO app? within the Apps for Special Needs forums, part of the Special Needs iPad Forum category; Originally Posted by dantonac The YES|No app is perfect. He is able to use it like a champ and we are now finally (after months) ...
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That's pretty cool to see people making apps like this!
I'm a nurse and my husband makes apps so I'm going to design an app that is made for your son and others. It will be free too. It's going to take us a few days and then Apple's two week review time but keep checking. My heart goes out to you.
It is not strictly yes and no but it has huge yes and no buttons at the top and stock phrases.
You can also add custom phrases and it has a separate page which is a white board to draw on and email.
We submitted it as "Phrase Pad". It will be a free app.
I hope to add audio later on.
Kudos to you momvetty!!!
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Checked it all out, cleaned some code, renamed it and resubmitted. Will announce it if it ever gets approved.
Sorry to hear about your son. It is cool to hear how he responds to tech. Maybe a developer will read the thread and get an idea and s
Work on a solution and invite you to beta test. This is a great thread.
Peace & Love to all!