Verbally App Reviews

By Intuary

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Verbally app review

Verbally App Info

  • 99 Ratings
  • Price: Free
  • Category: Medical
  • Updated: Dec 9 2018
  • Version: 2.4.1
  • Size: 380.33 MB
  • Seller: Intuary
  • © Intuary

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Customer Reviews of the Verbally App

Good product wayyyyy over priced

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GoatlyGobins's Review of Verbally

Reviewed on 5/30/18 7:45 AM

It works, but there are free apps that work as well. $99 is not worth a few extra voices.

A Blessing!

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Cajun JJ's Review of Verbally

Reviewed on 11/23/18 12:32 PM

I really enjoy the Verbally app. I have ALS and have completely lost my ability to speak. This is an excellent way for me to communicate with others. So much easier that the complex machines that are heavy. My family is already associating the voice as mine! My grandkids enjoy using it with me.

Verbally!

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CASA Mom's Review of Verbally

Reviewed on 11/23/18 12:32 PM

We started using Proloquo 2 as my son's AAC app.. It almost has too much for a child with so many options and categories. I think it is probably great for an adult. My son is really great at navigating it, but i find it cumbersome, even when we have rearranged things. I wanted an app that was more simple and would encourage my eight-year-old's literacy skills, in addition to helping him communicate. I like how Verbally is more basic and is more like texting which will be a great mode of communication for my son. I like how many common words are there whole, like sight words he is learning in school, as well as the predictive nature. My son has severe childhood apraxia of speech, as well as a congenital heart defect. His expressive language is finally coming, but articulation makes it difficult for others to understand. He also has trouble putting together sentences. For school reports, we like to use his ipad. I think Verbally is very intuitive to use at first glance, which is helpful in the school setting.

Very helpful

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wiseroe's Review of Verbally

Reviewed on 11/23/18 12:32 PM

This is a very helpful talking to people

Great app

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lightwav's Review of Verbally

Reviewed on 11/23/18 12:32 PM

Had throat cancer voic box removed. Perfect app was a lifesaver for me allowed me to easily communicate with hospital staff and family. Made some really horrible moments tolerable

Fix this App

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Drkane4's Review of Verbally

Reviewed on 11/23/18 12:32 PM

When I updated the IPad the application is acting goofy. When I type in words to speak, it does not stop after it is done and does not save it to the history. When I press repeat, it only says what I wrote last before the update. Also please fix the double space inserting a period! Turn it off! The latest update fixed all the issues I had with IOS6. Please eliminate the period insertion with a double space. Thanks for the quick fix for IOS6

Versatile and needful tool!

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Lauren Goodnight's Review of Verbally

Reviewed on 11/23/18 12:32 PM

I work in radio and was having trouble with polyps in my nose as well as kissing tonsils. I grabbed this app so that I could communicate with my family and care team after a long surgical procedure to fix the problems. It is making a world of difference with my family, as my painkillers often make gesturing and writing inarticulate. The keyboard is very accurate, the free version's voices are sufficient, and if I were going to be recovering for longer than a few weeks, I would not hesitate to buy the full version. A great tool for post operative expression, highly recommended!

Cost and features outstanding

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Jst_visiting's Review of Verbally

Reviewed on 11/23/18 12:32 PM

I have als, Motor Nueron Disease presented upper body ... Lost voice and use right hand arm. For 99 dollars the functions and voice for a man at least is close enough to the same as my bulky stand alone device. Yes, no eye gaze to control typing by eye scanning . But for a hundred dollars and ion my iPad mini, this fills a gap for now until I am fully paralyzed . I am very happy and wish I had found this months ago.

Great!

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qsablada's Review of Verbally

Reviewed on 11/23/18 12:32 PM

Great!

Some bad pronouncations

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EPJS's Review of Verbally

Reviewed on 11/23/18 12:32 PM

It pronounces "mom" as "nam" — We aren't going to war in Vietnam, we're talking to our mothers. Why does it say nam instead of mom?