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Happy Christmas after a busy year!

2017 has been a busy year at Special iApps, with lots going on behind the scenes, laying the foundations for some exciting new products coming out throughout 2018.

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12 Tips Of Christmas!

Christmas is getting closer! This year, get ready to create unforgettable memories as a family with our "12 Tips Of Christmas".

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More App Updates!

We've now updated Special Words so it can be used with a third switch, and Colin has a new video demonstrating in detail how to connect and configure switches for an iPad.

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Special Words - Update for iPad & iPhone

An updated version of Special Words for iPad and iPhone is now available on the App Store. This is a free update if you already have the app.

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Bett Awards - Finalist

We are delighted to announce that two of our apps have been short-listed for the 2018 Bett Awards!

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Special Words - Two New Editions

We are very pleased to announce 2 new editions of our Special Words app, Special Words Pro and Special Words Web.

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Apple's iOS 11

On Tuesday, Apple released iOS 11, the latest version of its operating system for the iPad and iPhone. We have found one issue that may affect you.

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Back to School

For some people extra help is needed to explain and introduce new faces and new routines, and this is where our Special Stories app comes in. It's being used around the world in lots of ways, at home as well as in school, to help children and adults through school transitioning, home-school communication, and assisting with homework and topic work.

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Happy Birthday to Special Words!

Six years today we launched our first app, Special Words. Since then it has been helping thousands of children around the world with their speech, sight vocabulary, and much more.

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Let's Sign - My 1st Signs

Yesterday we released a free update to our Let's Sign - My 1st Signs app for children who are deaf or hearing-impaired. For use on iPad, and featuring graphics from the Let's Sign BSL series that's widely used in the UK, the app is designed to help children learn signs for over 150 words.

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