Jane wrote a thorough review of this switch interface here so you can find out about all the great features.
But I’d like to highlight how much fun I had learning how to use it for controlling my music on the iPad. With other interfaces I’ve struggled with entering PIN codes for bluetooth so I was impressed that this interface paired with the iPad easily and no PIN codes were required. Phew! Within minutes I was playing my favourite songs and if I went into another app I could also control the music from there too. If you’re using your switch interface for scanning within a communication app you can easily change between using it for music or for communication by using the QuickMedia button. The wide range of programmed switch modes means that it works with all of the current range of switch accessible apps – making it a great choice!
I could see people of all ages and abilities using this interface to control music or access a communication app. Whether you are an elderly person struggling with small music controls on the iPad, a music loving teenager with cerebral palsy who uses switches to access devices, or a young child who is just developing their cause and effect skills – it could be an appropriate option to consider. Or if you are like me – I’m playing with it because I am just a technology lovin’ gal!