iOS 14.2 and Sensory apps mic or camera permission

It has been observed that since the recent update to iOS14.2 that some of the Sensory Apps requiring camera and microphone access might not be launching. We believe this is due to a privacy change in this iOS update. In order to launch the Sensory apps that require microphone or camera, then delete the app
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Switch Access

Alternative Access Control

Many of the Sensory Apps can be controlled via external keyboard access and bluetooth or wired switches that output numbers 1,2,3,4,Space,Enter (or ~1,2,3,4). The access details can vary per app, as the functions are different. We also accept that some apps (for example speech therapy or creative art apps) will be used by a teacher
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Sensory Apps on Android Play Store – more releases

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
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Sensory Apps on Android Play Store – Tech Note

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
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Using iOS Switch Recipes for Sensory Apps

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
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