App Happy

This is my final March Madness app post and we won’t be discussing a single app.  It’s time to accessorize!Peachie Speechie Many of you are familiar with Peachie Speechie.  Meredith, the SLP brains behind the curtain, designs adorable t-shirts with SLP themes (also SLPA, PT, OT, teacher…) and produces them with the assistance of her husband. You can check out her entire gallery here.  And check out the gallery to see lots of online Peeps!  That’s me in the owl shirt!

App Happy tshirt

One of her newest creations is app themed.  I love this one!  (Keep reading to find out how to win one.)  Don’t forget that Better Hearing and Speech Month is coming up.  It’s great time to flaunt our profession! App Happy Lola Darling I’m also sharing another family run business—Lola Darling Designs.  These sisters-in-law have the cutest monogram vinyls to jazz up your iPad, charger and phone.  I’m a particular fan of staking a bold claim on chargers.  Is it just my house?

App Happy Monograms There are several backgrounds and loads of colors to choose from.  I went with Moroccan in pink.  I think it looks great! I have two sets of monograms to giveaway—one has the charger wrap/USB decal and 3 home decal buttons.  The other has a set of home button decals.  You get to choose the background/color and (of course) initials. These monograms are so economical and ultra-easy to mail.  They’d make a great Mother’s Day gift (or a treat for a plugged in teen) and all you’d need to do is slip it inside a card!

To enter, leave a comment letting us know which app you use most often on your iPad—whether it be Netflix, FaceTime or something speech related.  I’ll draw the winners at random.  You must enter by Saturday, April 4, 2015 EST.  Good luck!

Next month, Activity Tailor will be back to my usual medly of activities, musings, periodic app reviews.  Hope to see you then!


This Post Has 28 Comments

  1. Lisa E.

    Right now it would have to be “Articulation Pro” by Little Bee Speech, followed closely by Pinterest and Houzz! Thanks for another great giveaway!

  2. Anne Page

    Instagram, Facebook and Smule.

  3. Tracey F

    My go-to speech apps at the moment are Articulation Station Pro and Syntax City. Thanks for the chance to win.

  4. alison weigand

    HearBuilder Auditory Memory

  5. Kayla

    Facebook and Lettercraft!

  6. Robin M

    Syntax City, ArtikPix, MeetMoblie

  7. Kelly M

    My “go-to” speech app would have to be Artic Pro and then anything Toca Boca!

  8. Georgine Mullen

    just got an instagram… and I am starting to follow some great speechies…love it

  9. Meagan Lawson

    Articulation Pro is my most used app.

  10. Shelli Smithers

    Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Bloglovin’, and anything by Erik X. Raj

  11. M. Parker

    Pinterest. I have a serious addiction!

  12. A. Rau

    My favorite speech app is Articultaion Scenes by Smarty Ears.

  13. Connie franklin

    Artic Pro. Facebook with the SLP blogs, teachers Pay Teachers
    Thanks for the chance to win. It sounds great!

  14. Mary

    Articulate It! gets the most workout on my iPad…especially during 5 minute days!

  15. Kelly Lawson

    Busy bee speech

  16. Amanda

    Non-speechie relayed: Facebook, Instagram, and huluplus

    Speechie related; Proloquo2go, SpeakIt, Social Story Creator

  17. Jenni

    The app I use the most is probably Facebook. Why is it soooo addicting??

  18. Lora

    I use Articulation Carnival and Articulation Station, followed by my gmail, and my smarty ears apps

  19. Jessica Hodge

    I am another Articulation Station junkie! I also use LAMP a lot

  20. Alecia White

    My kindle app and Facebook.

  21. Jen K

    Pandora, Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest

  22. Cristine Beach

    Speech with Milo Articulation Board Game and Facebook

  23. Meaghan DeAlmeida

    fun with directions and Pinterest!

  24. Judy Hale

    I use Articulate It from Smarty Ears all the time–so great!

  25. Nikki

    I use Articulation Station and Articulate It Pro the most. Love them!

  26. Mary

    ArticPix or any Toca Boca app.

  27. Shannon Slattery

    Articulation Station and Articulation Carnival for work. My daughter loves all the Dr. Panda apps!

  28. Kari

    Conversational Builder and Apraxia Training by NACD

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