I wrote this app for my teenage son who has profound learning difficulties and no speech, to entertain him and help with his development. The app is a picture matching game, designed to help him make choices following advice from his language therapist. I wrote this app for my teenage son who has profound learning difficulties and no speech, to entertain him and help with his development. The app is a picture matching game, which displays a picture at the top of the screen and 4 pictures at the bottom of the screen. If you tap the same picture at the bottom of the screen as is displayed at the top of the screen the app plays a success sequence to reward you, before starting over with a new set of pictures. The app is designed to have minimum clutter on the game screen. There are no other controls on the screen other than the pictures. The app always loads into a settings page. Here you can: - select the categories of pictures that will be displayed - create custom categories of pictures to display - choose whether to have 2 or 4 pictures to select from (defaults to 2) - record/play/delete personal message that you want played when the correct image is selected. My son really took to the game when I added this feature. The settings are saved to iOS defaults, so they remain as you set them each time you use it. To change them once playing, simply exit the app & launch it again. Once you've pressed the Go button the game starts until you exit from the application (I advise that you use the Guided Access option from the Accessibility settings to control exiting from the app).This is the lite version:- there are only 4 pictures in the 2 categories of picture available, there are 20 pictures in each category in the full version and 4 categories of picture.- there's only one personal album, and it can only show 4 pictures. There are 4 personal albums, each taking up to 20 pictures in the full version.- there's only one personal success message, whilst there are 4 in the full version.
What's new in version 2.0
4 custom categories (personal albums) that you can add photos to from your iPad's photo library. Nicer user interface.