App for easier deaf communication

Discussion in 'iPhone Special Needs' started by ardchoille, Dec 7, 2012.

  1. X_Art_X

    X_Art_X New Member

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    I understand. Without trying the app myself, I was interested in how organised the cards are.

    Hmm... I'll bet the app doesn't use location services to determine you are at a Starbucks, or a train station,
    and bring the relevant cards to the front :D
    All it would have to do is store the location you were at when you created the card,
    and that is where you are most likely to need that card again.

    Am I going to make a million dollars yet?
     
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    I, too, am deaf and am glad you posted this. I shall be downloading it myself for future use in noisy places where hearing people may not understand what I am saying.

    What apps do you use to make/take phone calls via a text relay service? (I see you're from the USA and I'm in the UK, LOL)
     
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    ardchoille Well-Known Member

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    I don't communicate via phone, I rely on SMS and email for communications. However, I do have friends that use the Purple 3 and NTouch apps from the App Store.
     
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    I am glad to hear about this app. I will try this one because I have a lot of deaf/mute friends. They wanted to chitchat with me but it's very hard.
     

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