ezPDF Reader

Recently, one of my tech idols, Speech Techie aka SLP Sean Sweeney aka iDevice guru, has been writing about using PDFs for therapy purposes. He has covered about a million uses for Apple users, from annotating ASHA handouts to making story maps. Since Sean has focused mainly on ways to use PDFs on the iPad, I wanted to offer an alternative for Android users while branching off with a few ideas of my own. This app is actually available for Apple as well, but I’ll be focusing on how it can be used for Android. The process for obtaining and storing PDFs on an Android device is a little different than the one he explained for iDevices, so I will briefly explain that as well.

App: ezPDF Reader (Android) (Apple)

What It Is: An app for reading and annotating portable document format (PDF) files by Unidocs.

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IEPPal

First app review! IEPPal seemed like a perfect “first” for this blog, because regardless of the area of speech/language or the population with which you work, taking data is going to be a part of it. The developers intended this for use with IEP’s, but as long as your clients have goals, this app will likely be relevant.

What It Is: A data collection tool.

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