iPicto Pictogram App for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
- Publish Date: 2011/10/13
- Author: Disabled World
Outline: iPicto App for iPhone iPod Touch and iPad provides support and clarification in communication with people with mental disabilities.
Main DigestiPicto App for iPhone iPod Touch and iPad provides support and clarification in communication with people with mental disabilities.
iPicto uses a large database of more than 4000 pictograms and visualizations, classified into 37 different categories.
With iPicto for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, you can quickly and easily provide support and clarification in communication with people with a mental disability.
iPicto helps ensure that the person can learn to understand something quickly, without much difficulty. The pictogram is easy to find through a few taps.
iPicto also includes the ability to e-mail pictograms, then they can be printed. It is also possible to save an icon in the photo gallery.
The application can also used for other target groups and/or applications.
New Version 3.1 Features Include the Ability to:
Send a picto by email
Store a picto in the photo gallery
iPicto App Requirements:
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1.2 or later.
The iPicto App is available from:
iPicto app displaying pictograms on the Apple iPad
- 1 - Sesame Enable App Turns Android into Touch-Free Smartphone | Sesame Enable | 2016/05/19
- 2 - AccessAble App Takes the Chance Out of Going Out in the UK | AccessAble | 2019/02/15
- 3 - Track My Route School Bus Tracking App Gives Special Needs Parents Peace of Mind | TMR Technology | 2019/02/11
- 4 - VoiceOver Compatible Apps for Apple iPhone and Mac | Disabled World | 2011/03/06
- 5 - iPod and iPad Grants for Education | Wendy Taormina-Weiss | 2011/11/08
- 6 - Aeroplan App for People with Disabilities - eSSENTIAL Accessibility | eSSENTIAL Accessibility | 2014/09/23
- 7 - eSSENTIAL Accessibility New Android App for People with Disabilities | eSSENTIAL Accessibility | 2017/11/03
- 8 - Open eBooks - Free Digital Reading for Children in Need | Baker & Taylor | 2016/02/24
Help Spread Disability AwarenessConnect with Us on Social Media