The keyboard is designed for people who have a disability that limits the use of their hands, preventing them from utilizing a standard PC keyboard. This could include conditions like: ALS (Motor Neuron Disease), Cerebral Palsy, Severe Arthritis , Spinal Cord Injury, Muscular Dystrophy, Multiple Sclerosis, and a variety of other progressive neuromuscular disorders. However, anyone with difficulties using a keyboard can benefit from our software. If you are not sure whether it would work for your circumstance, we recommend that you give it a try. In addition feel free contact us and we’d be happy to assist – email@example.com
Click2Speak is easy to use and allows full PC access. It is carefully designed for maximum efficiency; we use the award winning Swiftkey prediction engine thus reducing the margin of typing error and accelerating speed. Click2Speak’s Co-Founder and former CTO, the late Gal Sont, suffered from ALS and developed many features based on his own experience and needs. In addition, we support a large array of languages covering many angles: main layout, prediction engine, manual, website, and settings. We offer a great free solution, we collaborate with both tech leaders like Google and AAC experts like Ezer Mizion. This helps us constantly improve. We have many great features and many more to come. You can try of for free! We would love to get your feedback.
Currently you can use Click2Speak on Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10, both on PC and Tablet.
Mac OS X, Android, and iPad versions will be available at a later stage.
Any device that you plug into your PC and use to control the pointer/cursor on screen may be used (with some devices you will need to enable a ‘Mouse Emulation’ feature). There are various pointing devices that work with Click2Speak: standard mouse, head movement tracker, eye gaze tracker, special mouse such as trackball/joystick/Gyro, and even touch screen.
We add languages on regular basis; we try to cater to every language that is supported by Swiftkey. Here is a link to the language list on their website – https://support.swiftkey.com/hc/en-us/articles/201598431-What-languages-are-currently-supported-for-SwiftKey-on-Android-
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