Answers:YesNo Free allows you to have a fully functioning binary ACC communication device at no cost. It shares many of the same features of Answers:YesNo for the iPhone and Answers:YesNo HD for the ipad, which means in addition to being able to use the program as a simple yes-no board, you also have the ability to program and save text and picture button sets with custom audio.
If you find the program useful, and would like to increase the number of available custom buttons, please take a look at Answers:YesNo which allows you to save up to 24 custom buttons, 12 with pictures and text, and 12 with text. This is of course in addition to the Yes-No buttons which are always available. Answers:YesNo HD more than doubles the number of available customizable buttons and is designed specifically for the ipad.
Answers:YesNo Free features allow you to...
- Program custom buttons with text and/or pictures
- Record custom audio to play when your button is selected
- Record audio in any language (you can speak)
- Easily navigate between button sets with swipes or navigation buttons
- See a full screen display of selected buttons
- Easily toggle yes-no buttons on and off
Answers:YesNo Free actually has more features than the original Answers:YesNo which was released 2 years ago with the following description...
Answers:YesNo was designed with one purpose in mind. Provide an easy to use, affordable way for a nonverbal young man with autism and motor planning issues to communicate with those around him. The application is straightforward. It has two, large, color-coordinated buttons...one for yes, and one for no. Press either, and you will hear a voice read your selection.
Although there are many options that provide nonverbal communication for those with autism and similar disorders, most are expensive, and cumbersome. YesNo provides the ability to answer simple questions using an iPhone or iPodTouch that easily fits in a pocket or purse.
Austin uses his YesNo application on his iPod touch, which is already with him for watching movies and listening to music. He can use the program at the doctor’s office, when working with the special needs teachers at his school, or just to have a conversation with one of his nurses.
Of course, there are many more potential uses for the program...use it at the dentist office to let the doctor know YES! YES! YES! It does hurt! Have a sore throat? Use YesNo. Are you a 14 old named KC? If you are, see how long your friends will tolerate your just using this app to talk to them. Are you a doctor, speech therapist, or work with people who have difficulty speaking? I am sure you can think of a use for such a simple program. If you do, let us know and we will post your story on our website.
- June 12, 2014 Initial release