Swiftkey symbols is an app for children with communication problems, learning disabilities and autism to facilitate dialogue between them and their parents, family and teachers. The application excels in dividing dozens of types of symbols into categories which, when combined, form entire sentences to reproduce what the child thinks or feels – just choosing the symbols they want.
In addition, the SwiftKey icons also store the icons used by the user and predict which ones will be selected next by the child (which makes the tool easier for the little ones to use). After the pictures with the words to select, just tap the play button to start the sound.
However, the SwiftKey icons have one major drawback that the app is almost impossible for us to use. It’s entirely in English, and although the symbols are universal (understood in any language), the audio they play is also in English, as are the subtitles that appear underneath. This can be a nuisance to both the child and the adult who will be listening to audio. The more character SwiftKey acquires for Brazilians, the more efficient and applicable.
In order to run SwiftKey Symbols on your PC, you’ll need to install the BlueStacks Emulator, which is available for both Windows and Mac.