It's nice to see an app by fellow blogger Todd Bernhard, president of No Tie software, win an award at CES. Getting recognition was AutoVerbal Pro Talking Soundboard, a $9.99 app that allows people to communicate who are unable to speak due to conditions such as stroke, surgery, cerebral palsy, and autism. The app has hundreds of photo buttons representing common words or phrases. Users can also program a variety of buttons to speak custom messages. In addition, users can type anything and it will be spoken using text-to-speech.
World War II Interactive for iPad provides a glimpse into World War II, its causes, events, and aftermath. The app includes more than 600 photos, 35 rare video clips, and audios of famous speeches made by Allied leaders.
You can browse by timeline event, media, people, and weapons.
Best of the Best
By the makers of WebMD, this large and comprehensive medical app for healthcare professionals features
references for drugs, procedures, and protocols. It also features offline access to clinical references.
2. Learn Muscles: Anatomy Quiz and Reference
Todd Beck, DMD
What do you do? I am a general dentist with two practices in Portland, Oregon.
Which device do you use? iPhones, iPads, iPods, iMacs, MacBook Pros and Apple TV.
How long have you had them? Since they first came out!