Free or discounted apps – World Autism Awareness Day (2012)
Today (April 2) we celebrate World Autism Awareness Day. Some app developers celebrate it by offering discounts and in some cases even by giving their apps for free. Last year we already published a list of discounted or free apps. This year we have gone further and have contacted and encouraged all developers to lower the price of their apps. Many had already planned to do it, and others have joined the initiative. The result is a total of 68 apps that are discounted or free today. You will find all of them in the following tables. And, of course, you can always check the list of apps for iPad/iPhone/iPod touch (over 500 different apps) or the similar list devoted to Android apps (with nearly 100 apps).
The list included in this post includes only apps for the iPad/ iPhone/iPod touch. In the case of Android, the only developer that offers a special price for their apps is Good Karma Applications, which has apps for both the iPad/iPhone and Android. Also, some developers are offering some promo codes of their apps today or in April (this is the case of Picture AAC, for example).
How to Read the List
The list is divided into categories. For each one, there is an application table with the following columns:
- App logo.
- iPad version data: app name (by clicking it you can see the corresponding iTunes® web page); other applications that are variants of the main one; year of the latest version; and prices in dollars and euros.
- iPhone / iPod touch version data (same fields). In case this app also supports the iPad, this cell and the previous one will be combined. If the iPad or the iPhone are not supported, a red “x” is shown (but keep in mind that iPhone apps can be used in an iPad using the “2x” display mode).
- Website with more information on the app provided by the developer or its distributor.
- List of languages supported by the app.
- A link to the review of the application published in this blog, if it is already written (represented with the “TEST” logo).
- A short description of the app. This is NOT meant to be a well-thought summary but only an indication of its functionality.
- App Store button, which opens the iTunes web page and the iTunes Store page for that app.
Regarding the iTunes links, they are always like this:
Just change ‘/us/’ by ‘/gb/’, ‘/au/’ … to see the corresponding webpage to any other country supported by iTunes.
Note: Apple, the Apple logo, and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. iTunes is for legal or rightholder-authorized copying only. Don’t steal music.
COMMUNICATION WITH IMAGES / AAC[table “101” not found /]
PICTURE SCHEDULING / SOCIAL STORIES / AAC[table “102” not found /]
EMOTIONS[table “104” not found /]
SOCIAL BEHAVIOR[table “105” not found /]
ORAL AND WRITTEN LANGUAGE[table “106” not found /]
LANGUAGE THERAPY / ARTICULATION / SLP[table “107” not found /]
THERAPIES SUPPORT / DTT / ABA[table “108” not found /]
MOTOR SKILLS / EYE CONTACT[table “111” not found /]
DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS[table “112” not found /]
LEISURE AND LEARNING[table “119” not found /]