Project Activate is an Android app designed for folks who don’t speak or have issues like ALS, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, or multiple sclerosis, that prevent speaking. It allows users to communicate with their Android devices using facial gestures.
Users can text, access voice-activated devices, make phone calls, or get someone’s attention simply by smiling or looking up.
You can also choose to have reactions like cheering or laughing.
The app is not intended to replace voice-generating devices but can be a valuable tool in many situations.
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