Kiwis with speech difficulties are being invited to test a new Google Android app aimed at helping those with impairments communicate more easily with others, Newshub reports. Project Relate is aimed at the millions of people around the world who have difficulty being understood as a result of conditions like strokes, ALS, cerebral palsy and Parkinson’s disease. The company is looking for English-speaking testers in New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the US to try out the app and provide feedback.
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