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Proloquo2go Version 40 Out Now with New Crescendo Vocabularies

by Joanna Courtney

on Thu May 14, 2015

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Proloquo2Go (P2Go) version 4.0 has been released and it looks like many improvements have been made.

There is no additional charge to update if you are an existing P2Go user and if you are a new user it will cost you £199.99 (previously £129.99).

Why should I update my app to version 4.0?

  • There is enhanced grammar support within your existing user's vocabulary
  • You can create new users from the Crescendo Vocabularies (3 different levels- Basic Communication, Intermediate Core and Advanced Core). Intermediate Core looks like it will be a popular choice as it has core vocabulary which remains the same on each page, activity templates (with core vocab already programmed and ready to personalise) and makes creating novel language a lot easier and more fluent. Advanced Core has fringe vocabulary organised into more sub-folders.
  • You can move an existing P2Go 3 user to the new Crescendo vocabularies relatively easily. You are now able to copy and paste whole folders from one user to another, so you can copy your personalised folders e.g. people, food, places, help me, school, news or any new folders you have made and paste them into your new Crescendo user.

 

Also remember to download the Scottish voice 'Rhona,' if you are a Scottish user!

 

 

What should I do before I update to version 4.0?

Assistiveware recommend you Backup your users before updating to version 4.0 (just in case!) and that you need to have iOS 8.2 in order to do the update. This means that some of the older iPads won't be able to do the update. If you have an iPad 2 or later you should be fine though.

See Assistiveware's website for more information on updating to the new version as well as a useful video on how you can move an existing user to the new version.

Looking forward to trying it out-watch this space!

 

 

 

 

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