We all learn differently. Users tell us TippyTalk has been effective for a variety of ages. The best way to know if the platform works for your child is to try it out. Visit the Google Play Store or Apple App Store to start your free trial.
TippyTalk is suitable for all people who are living with a nonverbal learning disorder. That’s one of the reasons the app is available for a free 14-day trial. This way, you can experiment with the platform to see if it works for your family. Visit the Google Play Store or Apple App Store to start your free trial.
Why isn’t TippyTalk available in my country?
We are working hard to make TippyTalk available everywhere. We’ll let you know when the app is available in your area.
The user needs internet access to send a message. The receiver does not need internet access. He or she can receive it via a mobile device.
You only need TippyTalk on one device – the device which senders use to create messages. Family members and caregivers can receive messages on any mobile device.
Here’s a really helpful video that demonstrates how to create a new item: https://www.tippy-talk.com/tippy-talk/
We’ve fixed this problem and the app will be updated upon Apple’s approval. Please hang tight for now!
Here’s a really helpful video that demonstrates how to get started: https://www.tippy-talk.com/tippy-talk/
You might be stuck on the tutorial screen. Try swiping from right to left to continue.
Please double-check that your phone number and area code are entered correctly.
We’ll be updating the app to allow for the rotation feature soon.
Look for the “i” (information) button on the set-up screen. Here’s a video to help: https://www.tippy-talk.com/tippy-talk/
The app uses a standard cellular messaging system that comes through your mobile carrier.