Video Relay Service (VRS)
ntouch® Mobile (free)– Experience the freedom of your world in touch. Introducing ntouch® Mobile, the new SVRS® app from Sorenson Communications® that turns your smart phone into a VP that fits in your pocket. It’s the evolution of video relay, helping you connect everyday, everywhere. Purple VRS (free)- Make VRS, Voice-to-Video and Point-to-Point calls – anywhere, anytime.
Purple VRS is a video-based telephone relay system for deaf and hard of hearing customers. With Purple VRS, you can make VRS, Voice-to-Video and Point-to-Point calls over a 3G/4G, or Wi-Fi connection.
Fring (free)– Group Video Chat, Voice Calls & Text Chat.
Qik Video (free)– Stay connected through video chat, video mail and video share. ZVRS Z4
Mobile App (free)– Allows you to make and receive point-to-point calls to and from any videophone. Sprint Relay ID Pack for Android
Users- The new bundle includes Google Voice, Captionfish, Video Relay, TuneWiki, a captioned video player, and a handful of devices to notify you of important messages and dates.
IW Relay VRS (free)– Mobile VRS for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
Closed Capp ($0.99)– Closed caption your face to face conversations! Speech is enlarged to screen! Don’t know sign language? Need to get your message across clearly? Using voice recognition software, speak into your phone and the words are transcribed live on the screen of the device. Talk to anyone face-to-face with Closed Capp.
IP-Relay for Android (free)– IP-Relay enables deaf or hard of hearing people to make and receive text relay calls on Android. Tap in a phone number on the keypad to start a call, or receive calls to your IP-relay number. Or, choose a contact from your address book and dial them with one tap. IP-Relay keeps you connected!
Virtual Voice & Electric Ears (free)– Text to Speech and Speech Synthesis for the deaf and mute community. This application is designed to use the text to speech (TTS) and the speech recognition features of your Android device. It was created with deaf and/or mute people in mind, so they can communicate with others without the need for sign language or lip reading.
Fring (free)– Group Video Chat, Voice Calls & Text Chat.
Flex T9 Speak-Trace-Write-Tap ($4.99)– It’s a 4-in-one keyboard: turns spoken speech into text, you can use your finger to quickly draw or write anything you would want to type, you can trace, and you can tap on the keyboard to write as well.
Speak It (free)– Talking device – write text and click on Play button, TTS engine will generate voice from text.
Wireless CapTel® by Sprint® (free)– Using state of the art voice recognition technology, CapTel delivers captions of everything your caller says, while you listen (with your residual hearing) and speak directly to your caller.
Hamilton Mobile CapTel (free)– Makes it possible for you to see exactly what is being said to you on every call.
Handcent SMS (free)– A powerful free sms/mms tools for your android phone
Google Voice (free)– Make cheap international calls with your Google number. Send free text messages. Place calls and send text messages showing your Google number. Listen to voicemail and read transcripts of your voicemail.
PurpleMail (free)– Watch, manage, and share your signed PurpleMail™ video messages directly on your Android device – anywhere, anytime. PurpleMail is a video-based message system for deaf and hard of hearing customers. Whether logged in at your home or office to Purple VRS, or on the road with your Android device, you can always access your PurpleMail video messages.
Fring (free)- Group Video Chat, Voice Calls & Text Chat.
SKC Interpret ($0.99)– Designed to make communication between deaf and hearing users easy, regardless of who has the app. Hearing users can speak to phone and words will be transcribed. It can also be used to type in what you want the phone to speak. It can save phrases for re-use.
eBuddy Messenger (free)– Chat on multiple MSN, Facebook, Yahoo, AIM, ICQ, GTalk, MySpace & Hyves accounts.
Evernote (free)– You can keep an updated list of most-often used messages. You’ll never need to rewrite the same memo all over again, and you can forget about frantically searching for a pen or sharpened pencil.
DeafNote (free)– A note application with the following features to add a note, delete a note, edit mode with a save button, a seek bar to decrease or increase font size, export your notes to a file in SD, and menu settings. Baby Sign Language Dict.
Demo (free)– This Lite version comes with 33 signs and has all the functionality of the original. What is unique about this app is that it is a video dictionary that not only shows you the ASL signs, but also explains how to do them or gives you great memory tips on how to remember and understand them.
Baby Sign Language Dictionary ($4.93)– Contains instruction for more than 300 ASL signs, more than 45 minutes of instructional video, and you can keep track of the signs you want to work on in your favorites list.
ASL Dictionary ($2.99)– Over 4,800 American Sign Language Signs in Video. Translate English into ASL, from A-Z, plus the entire numerical system, common English phrases, symbols and much more.
Pocket SLP-Articulation ($29.99)– A flashcard app for speech therapy.
Articulation Practice (free)– Flash card deck for Mobi Flash Cards. Must install Mobi Flash Cards first.
SpeakAP-Analyze Pronunciation ($4.99)– The ideal English pronunciation, accent and articulation learning app -SpeakAP. SpeakAP uses state-of-the-art speech processing ALGORITHMS to provide VISUAL ANALYSIS of your speech to help improve your pronunciation, accent and articulation.
Articulation Flash Cards /r/ ($2.99)– Articulation Flash Cards for /r/ is the Speech-Tastic app to help children practice /r/ speech words. The app was designed by a Speech and Language Pathologist and provides 45 word images for the /r/ sound. The images can be selected by initial, medial, final or all positions of the word. The children love swiping each image and the colorful real life pictures make practicing /r/ words fun!
Kids ABC Letters FREE (free)– With Kids ABC Letters, your preschool-aged kids will learn the alphabet letter names and will practice letter shapes, letter recognition, and finding letters in context. Intended for kids ages 2-7.
Kids ABC Phonics FREE (free)– Free version includes letters A to H intended for kids ages 3-7.
Kids ABC Phonics ($3.99)– With Kids ABC Phonics, your kids will learn the alphabet letter sounds. Intended for kids ages 2-7. Kids will learn letter sounds, build letter blocks, pop letter bubbles, and make words.
Tiki Bear Phonics Vowel Sounds (free)– The Tiki Bear Phonics series improves your child’s phonic awareness through fun games and play. The full consonant sounds application is available to buy in the Android Market to complete your phonic learning set
Kids Reading (Preschool) (free)– Kids Reading is a delightful game that invites your children to practice blending sounds together to form, read and spell words that are all made up of only three letters of the alphabet, such as “dog”,”sun”, and “big”. Intended for kids ages 3-7 and who already know letter names and sounds.
SubLoader and SubLoader Full (free and $1.43)– Search and download subtitles for your movies and TV shows in just 2 clicks. This application scans your phone for video files and allows you to search and download subtitles for any selected video.
MoboPlayer (free)– Video player with subtitles in formats such as SRT, ASS, and SAA. TED Air (free)- Inspirational videos from speakers such as Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, Jamie Oliver and Brian Cox with subtitles in over 80 languages with auto-translation.
TASUC Schedule for Android ($23.99)– TASUC Schedule for Android is a very simple, picture-based schedule application, especially for small children to easily create his/her own daily time-table by using image cards with sounds & voices attached.
TASUC SCHEDULE Lite (free)– TASUC SCHEDULE Lite is a very simple, picture-based schedule application, especially for small children to easily create his/her own daily time-table by using image cards with sounds & voices attached.
Cochlear Baha App (free)– This application is designed to help you with the daily handling and care of your Cochlear Baha 3 Sound Processor (BP100). It includes general information, cleaning instructions, battery information, a troubleshooting guide and other helpful tips and information to make living with your Baha hearing solution as easy and simple as possible.
Sprint Relay ID Pack for Android Users– The new bundle includes Google Voice, Captionfish, Video Relay, TuneWiki, a captioned video player, and a handful of devices to notify you of important messages and dates.