Researching and locating new apps can be an overwhelming task. The Tools for Life AppFinder database helps make your app search much easier. The Tools for Life AppFinder has hundreds of apps for living, learning, working and playing.
- Search for apps by disability or multiple disabilities, price ranges and device types.
- See reviews and comments from apps users across the country to help you make informed decisions before purchasing and using an app.
- Get links to other app databases that were designed for specific disabilities.
- Every Tools for Life AppFinder app has been used and/or tested by one or more members of the Tools for Life team along with many of our peers from across the country.
The Tools for Life Top Eighteen. Our Favorite AT Apps Ã¢â‚¬“ Learning Disabilities
Book your flight and hotel
room from your phoneDragon Dictation
Voice recognition dictation
of notes, email, social media
Build & organize grocery lists
using text, speech & barcodes
Create visual tasks with attached
audio video or picture
Let your friends know what you
are doing and share pictures
Capture ideas instantly with
voice, photo, text notes
websites on PCs
Ability to create your own
stories by importing pctures
Share contact info, photos by
bumping two phones together
Ginger Spelling and
Corrects typos, errors and missued
words with a single click
Lets you block your own access
to distracting websites for MacAudio Note
Record notes, meetings, lectures
by typing, stylus or drawing
for driving and walking
Money Counter Calculator
Enter coins and bills and
calculates the amount
The App fact sheet was released in 2013 by the Georgia Assistive Technology Project, Tools for Life, which is a part of the Georgia Institute of Technology, AMAC Accessibility Department. Tools for Life, Georgia’s Assistive Technology Act Program, is dedicated to increasing access to and acquisition of assistive technology (AT) devices and services for Georgians of all ages and disabilities so they can live, learn, work and play independently and with greater freedom in communities of their choice.