We are considering implementing a feature with a library of social stories created by other users. Caregivers, parents, and other users would create stories and upload them, and then they would be available for free in a library of stories.
You could download the stories from the library you want to use, as many times as you wanted to.
Additionally, professionally illustrated stories would be available as in-app purchases.
This would probably make the Social Stories app itself (creator and shared stories) free, and we'd pay for this app's development through revenue of the professional story library.3 votes
We’ve made the graphics for this and some of the code, but the code is not completed. This is a large project, unfortunately.
Make all four choices visible on screen when the app is in use, so that the user doesn't have to scroll to view all of their choices.0 votes
We’re partially through the graphic edits which would update Present A Choice for iOS 7, clean up the graphics a bit, and make all options visible.
An informational ebook about the benefits of using iPads in the care of autistic children, and all the different therapies available through the iPad. Does not focus on Pufferfish Software apps, and provides information for people on how to get more use out of their iPad.
Will also be a section on how to get an iPad from donations and grants if you're financially unable to get an iPad.0 votes
We’ve got a draft of the ebook up, and are looking for editors and for more content to include. If you’re interested in helping write or edit this, let us know!
How desired is the function to export your routines into a printable, .pdf format?
How much do you want to be able to share routines on other people's Visual Routine app?
Are there any other export options you'd like for Visual Routine?0 votes
We’ve actually made all of the graphics for this improvement, but have not started on the code yet.
Redesign the graphics of Touch Talking, because the current green and blue is hard on the eyes. Also will be updated for iOS 7.0 votes
Moving to an orange & white color scheme, which is easier on the eyes, made for the retina screen and the iPhone 5.
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