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Guest Post: Simon Berry - Seeing Beyond Disability

Simon Berry is an Optometrist who invented the “Visual Fixation System”, a device which helps make eye test easier for children with learning disabilities.

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Save 30% with our Special Collection Sale

To celebrate World Down Syndrome Day and Autism Awareness Day, we have reduced the price of our Special Collection app bundle!

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New look Special iApps

This is an exciting time for Special iApps as we have a brand new website to share with you all! 

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Updates for Android

We have released new updates for Special Words and Special Stories for Android and Chromebooks which are now available to download on the Google Play Store!

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Match & Find now in Dutch

We have added Dutch to our Match & Find app, so it now supports 9 languages. You can download the app individually, or as part of our Special Collection bundle.

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News from Albania

Some pictures from Colin's visit to Tirana to train parents and staff of Down Syndrome Albania.

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Special iApps on Chromebooks

Chromebooks are becoming increasingly popular in Education. The Android versions of our Special Stories and Special Words apps can be used on Chromebooks to allow technology and learning to become accessible to children with a range of abilities.

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Visit to Albania

As a guest of Down Syndrome Albania Foundation and Services Centre, Colin will be visiting Albania shortly where he will be training parents and teachers how to use our Special Words and Special Stories apps.

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Updates for iPad and iPhone

This week we released updates to 5 of our apps on the App Store: Special Words, Special Words Pro, Special Stories, Special Numbers and Match & Find. These all now fully support iOS 12.1 and Apple's latest devices.

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Important Updates for Android

Our latest updates for Android address a number of issues, including crashing and inability to take pictures or record sound, as well as printing-related issues in Special Stories.

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