Apps for speech development & therapy
Mica – speech fricatives
Apps for drawing and painting
Fun Painting – digital art
Coloco – digital symmetry
Apps for visual development, stimulation, fun and relaxation
imeba – ameba flow & pulse
Splodge – tap and splat!
Abstract App Series Number #1
Here are a few of our app reviews
sensory app house
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Sensory App House creates apps for stimulation, relaxation, fun, digital art and speech therapy. Our apps can be used by therapists and educators to help younger people with visual and speech development and sensory issues.
Our apps have been mostly for free, and we are delighted to have had well over 3 million downloads.
We have a strong understanding of disabilities and difficulties, and make apps to help assist, even in the smallest of ways. Many of the cause and effect apps are also switch accessible.
We develop for many platforms - iPads, Chromebooks, Android, Web Apps, Windows, Mac and Apple TV. Please contact us about licensing and partnerships.
Sensory App House was founded by Professor Paul Blenkhorn and Dave Stevens, who also both co-founded reading and writing assistive software specialist Claro Software.
EASE OF USE
We try to design the apps to be easy to use - but this can be tough!
Most of our apps have been free for end users from the main app stores.
We try to innovate in creating sensory apps, exploring the new possibilities that technology allows
We aim to listen and understand, and are flexible in our partnerships
News & Resources
Articles, Videos, help and more
During May 2020 we started a process to replace and extend our Sensory Apps on the Android Play store. This is so that versions of our incredibly popular iOS Sensory Apps can be enjoyed on Android tablets and phones. Also, the same version of these Sensory apps on Android will available for Chromebooks through the
-> Continue reading Sensory Apps on Android Play Store – more releases
During May 2020 we have started a process to replace and extend our Sensory Apps on the Android Play store. This is so that versions of our incredibly popular iOS Sensory Apps can be enjoyed on Android tablets and phones. Also, the same version of these Sensory apps on Android will available for Chrombooks through
-> Continue reading Sensory Apps on Android Play Store – Technical Note
We are delighted to recently achieve over 3m iOS downloads of the Sensory App House specialist education and speech therapy support app titles. Many thanks to the professionals around the world that have chosen an app or two for their student iPads, and maybe thanks for the great reviews and feedback. You can see our
-> Continue reading Sensory Apps exceed 3 million downloads
If you have arrived at the Sensory App House website from the “Department for Education Guidance (UK), Coronavirus (COVID 19): list of online education resources for home education (SEND)” then we want to make it clear that all our Sensory apps are free. They contain no advertising at all and do not require user registration.
-> Continue reading Reminder – all our apps are free with no adverts
Sensory App house was delighted to release Sensory Abstract#1 app at the beginning of 2019. It ended 2019 on New Year’s Eve being projected onto the ceiling of Coventry Cathedral. As part of their Open Projections event, visitors could lie on the beanbags, have drinks and snacks and view all of the digital projections on
-> Continue reading Sensory Abstract#1 in the Cathedral
This is a slightly overdue post, but thought it could be helpful. Since release of the first Sensory Apps for iOS, they have mostly been switch accessible. This was prior to switch access support being available in iOS, so these switch accessible apps can be directly affected by a switch input. Given that the apps
-> Continue reading Using iOS Switch Recipes for Sensory Apps
Our Sensory Magma iOS app is great when accompanied by ambient background music. But the Magma app itself doesn’t contain the music, we thought you would have your own preferences and music services available on your iPhone. The good news is that you can select the music playlist you would like, and then open or
-> Continue reading Music playlist with Magma App on iOS
Sensory App house is delighted to release its first app of 2019 for iOS. Sensory Abstract#1 app is our first experimental app in what we hope could become a series of visual digital art. This new app is a combination of the use of digital art and effects techniques created by Sensory over the years,
-> Continue reading First New App for 2019 – Sensory Abstract#1
If you require any technical support with any of our apps, please email us at [email protected] or contact us via Facebook at www.facebook.com/sensoryapphouse