A mobile application (or mobile app) is a software application designed to run on smartphones, tablet computers and other mobile devices. They are usually available through application distribution platforms, which are typically operated by the owner of the mobile operating system, such as the Apple App Store, Google Play, Windows Phone Store, and BlackBerry App World. Some apps are free, while others must be bought. Usually, they are downloaded from the platform to a target device, such as an iPhone, BlackBerry, Android phone or Windows Phone, but sometimes they can be downloaded to laptops or desktops. For apps with a price, generally a percentage, 20-30%, goes to the distribution provider (such as iTunes), and the rest goes to the producer of the app.

Techbility

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Techbility is made up of a highly-specialized multi-disciplinary team. Our professionals are specialized in the development of accessible websites, mobile applications and internet consultancy services: designing and developing Web sites and WCAG compliance testers, all with the criteria of usability and accessibility in mind.

EsAccesible App

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Born by the need to find and share places (bars, restaurants, hotels, parking, …) that are accessible to people with mobility difficulties. With the cooperation of its members are able to build a collaborative and social leisure and tourism accessible

Code Factory

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Founded in 1998 and headquartered in Terrassa/Barcelona, Spain, Code Factory is the global leader committed to the development of products designed to eliminate barriers to the accessibility of mobile technology for the blind and visually impaired. Today, Code Factory is the leading provider of screen readers, screen magnifiers, and Braille interfaces for the widest range of mainstream mobile devices including Symbian-based and Windows Mobile-powered Smartphones as well as Pocket PC phones and PDAs.

AppsForAAC

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This site has been put together to be the definitive collection of AAC (Alternative & Augmentative Communication) Apps for the iPod, iPhone & iPad. Why do this when the appstore already exists? Well simply put its not exactly easy to find these things! Its also nice to have an overview of what the developers mean when they write hyperbole such as "the Ultimate communication app!" from a more independent source.

Verbal Victor

Submitted by santiago on Sat, 17/10/2015 - 19:18

Assistive Technology Blog - Here is a great iPhone/iPad app that has an amazing back story (please read it!). But what does it do? It helps people with speech impairment (emerging communication skills and developmental delays) communicate with others. Essentially, this app allows caregivers to take pictures, and associate phrases to go with them. Continues on the original article