The iMums Christmas Gift Guide for Gifts under $30

The iMums Christmas Gift Guide for Gifts under $30

Christmas is coming up fast, and many of us are looking for inexpensive gifts to fill out our Christmas gift lists. The iMums are sharing some of our favorite gift ideas that cost under $30 and will be popular with anyone who finds them in their Christmas Stocking this year. We haven’t personally tested all of these products but they are from reputable companies that we trust and recommend.

iSlip Microfiber Screen Cleaner

 SnowLeopard_iSlipLite_400x400-1-200x200 Are you constantly trying to clean fingerprints and smudges from your iPad, iPad mini, Android or eReader but can never find a cleaning cloth? Cooper Products have an innovative solution with the iSlip. The iSlip is a strip of high quality microfibre cleaning cloth combined with a rugged elastic strip. It slips onto your tablet or eReader and if you leave it there whenever you are not using your device you’ll always have a cleaning cloth on hand. Available in 2 sizes to fit the full-sized iPad and the iPad Mini/ kindle Available in a variety of colors and prints from Cooper Product for US$8.95 including free shipping.

 

TruGlide Pro Precision Stylus with Microfiber Tiptruglide
The Truglide Pro Precision Stylus from LynkTec features a durable microfiber tip that glides smoothly across the screen. The microfiber tip is just 5mm in diameter. The barrel is slim but nicely weighted to give a good writing experience. It has removable interchangeable tips- you just screw the bottom of the barrel and screw in a new tip, as well as the standard tip there is also a paintbrush tip available for when you are in a creative mood. This is a great stylus for the adults on your shopping list. Available from LynkTec.com or Amazon tru-glide precision pro for US$21.95 -$29.95

 

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Looking for power on the go for your iPad, smartphone or other tablet? efreesia recently introduced the Duo charger featuring 5 amps that allows it to charge an iPad or two smartphones at the same time. The slim charger is compatible with a variety of devices including Kindle Fire, Android Smartphones and most USB compatible services.  The device was ready to use out of the box, simply plug in your phone or tablet and then press the small power button and watch your power start rising.  There are four levels of power, and when the lights get down to 1 or 2 it is time to charge.  Once the battery on your device is charged, simply unplug the Duo and it will automatically shut off within 20 seconds of not being used. I loved the slim profile of the charger which featured integrated cords as well as being about the same size as my iPhone 4s.  This charger features a built in USB cable for charging your micro USB smartphone as well as another cable to charge the device.    There are two ports, the 5V 2.1A port is best for tablets like the iPad, iPad Mini, Kindle, Kindle Fire and the like while the 5V 1A port is best for smartphones, iPod Touch and other devices which require a lower level of batteries.  Read our review  Available from eFreesia for $22.99

Ergo Stylus by Pencil Grippencil grip ergo
If you are looking for a stylus for a child learning to write, or for someone with fine motor issues the Ergo Stylus by Pencil grip is a great choice. It is a chunky stylus, similar in size to a fat marker pen and with an ergonomic Pencil Grip built in. The Pencil Grip itself is a pear- shaped, flexible grip, which is triangular in cross-section. The Pencil Grip holds the fingers in a relaxed position by supporting the first knuckle of the thumb and index finger, encouraging the user to use a full hand and arm action when writing.   It works for both right and left-handed users. Read our full review here. Available from AmazonThe Pencil Grip Ergo Stylus, Ergonomic Touch-Screen Writing Aid (TPG-654)
for US$12.99

 

Agloves Sport Touchscreen Gloves by Agloves

Do you love using your touchscreen device, but hate those chilly mornings when you can’t wear your gloves because you want to use your iPhone?  Agloves solve this problem – they fit under your regular gloves or can be worn stand alone and allow you to use your touchscreen  device.   They are not necessarily warm, but they do the trick and allow you to use your device while keeping your fingers covered up fromo a chill!  Available from Agloves on Amazon for US$19.99

 

 

 

APL BANDRD T n Tylt Charging Giveaway valued at $150 USD open worldwide!Tylt Band Car Charger by Tylt
When getting in the car – I almost always realize my iPhone has a low battery!  Lucky for me – I can simply plug in my Band Car Charger and start charging up my phone.  I really like this charger because the 2.1A of power means I can charge two smartphones at once – one with the integrated 30 pin Apple cable and the second with a secondary cable.  I’ve used it with both my iPhone and a micro-USB at the same time and both have charged fast!  You can also use it to charge a tablet such as an iPad by itself!    When not in use, the Band Car Charger coils up nicely for storing in the center console. Available from Tylt  for US$29.99

 

Flat Auxiliary CableGriffin Flat AUX Cable by Griffin
I love to listen to music in my car and have a lot of it stored on my iPhone.    The AUX cable connects your iPod, MP3 Player, iPad, iPhone or any device that has a headphone jack directly to your car using the AUX input and then you can play your music or even your favorite podcasts via your car stero.  The cable is flat, so you can curl it up and store in the center console when not in use – I store mine in an old glasses case so that it doesn’t get mangled and is easy to pull out on the go.  This is a must for any audio lover in your family!  Available from Griffin for US$19.99

 

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Avantree Mini Roll-able Bluetooth Keyboard from Avantree put my true typing skills to the test.  This miniature roll up keyboard makes typing with your tablet (any Bluetooth enabled tablet will work) or smartphone easier.  The keyboard has approximately a 32 foot/10 meter cordless range – although I doubt you would use it that far from your device and when you are done, you simply roll it up and stow it for the next time.  The keyboard is a regular full function keyboard which means that some of the keys did not work while using my iPad like the F1 – F12 keys although they did work to turn on and off my music.  The keyboard charges via a included USB cable directly to your computer or other USB included charger. Read our review of the keyboard Available from Mobile Fun for US$25.99

 

 

Flexiview by Cygnett
Looking for a slim stand to hold your iPad 1, 2, 3, or 4 on the counter?  I use my Flexiview when cooking and using my iPad for recipes.  This slim stand folds down flat and stores easily in a drawer when not in use and is the perfect addition to my kitchen!  I’ve also used it with a mini keyboard to turn my iPad Mini into a small monitor with a keyboard.  Available from Cygnett for US$23.99

 

 The iPhone Viewfinder by Photojojo

This viewfinder attaches to your iPhone screen and becomes an eye piece just like the ones on your digital cameras using a section cup to vacuum itself into place without leaving any marks and attaches to a screen protector for use as well.  Although it may look odd, I find it does a great job in helping me frame shots with my iPhone on the go and slips easily into my pocket. Available from Photojojo for US$30.00

 
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For additional gift ideas check out our other Christmas Shopping lists : The iMums Christmas Gift Guide for Tech Savvy Kids 2013Christmas Gifts for Tech Savvy Moms and Dads, and these articles from The iMums:  Cool Accessories for Cool kids 2012,  Awesome iPod, iPhone & iPad Accessories for Kids,  Gorgeous and Glamorous iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch Accessories for WomenGreat Gifts for Dads -iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch Accessories He’ll LoveGorgeous iPod, iPhone & iPad Accessories for Women, and Cool iPhone & iPad Accessories for Men.

Alison, the American iMum is from Massachusetts. She lives there with her sons and husband. In their spare time, they enjoy playing outside, enjoying nature and of course testing apps and fantastic products on their devices. They have a variety of devices including an iPad, iPhone, and an iPod and is often found with a device! My older son loves technology and loves testing out the “latest and newest” apps and tech. I love sharing information about apps and products with others to help them make decisions without feeling overwhelmed with all of the choices.
 The Social Express by The Language Express – Review

The Social Express by The Language Express – Review



Reviewed by Mary

What we love…

Variety of materials included within the app aimed at children and young adults with social learning challenges

What we’d love to see…

how are they feeling” section is just a match the facial expressions game, I would like to see this changed to matching the expression to the name of the feeling e.g. mad, sad, angry, frustrated.

lower price point for the app (although it is currently on sale)

Summary

This program is very well done- it has high quality graphics and animation. My 8 year-old found it very engaging – he really wanted to watch all the videos and help solve the questions. The ideas behind it – the “hidden social cues” are simple basic rules for social interactions but ones that some children (both on the Autism Spectrum and off of it) need a lot of help learning

The Social ExpressThe Social Express by The Language Express Inc. is an app for children and young adults with social learning challenges; it is primarily aimed at Elementary School -aged children. It is available for the iPad, Mac and PC. The app consists of a series of short animated videos about a group of friends – Emma, Zack, Katie, Sam and Sunny (Emma’s dog). During each video you see the characters interacting with each other and you get to help choose what they will say or do next. After you make a choice you get to see the consequences of that choice. Although kids will naturally try to pick the “right” choice it is useful also to have them see what happens when you make the wrong choice. The app is designed to be used with an adult rather than independently. It works best if you stop and discuss what is going on in the videos, and talk about what happens if you choose the various options.

The app is divided into 2 levels. Level 1 is for younger children or those who have difficulty understanding social interactions. Level 2 is useful for children who understand social rules but have difficulty applying them in real life. You have to work your way through the lessons in order to unlock the next lesson. These are the subjects included in the 2 levels:

Level 1: What Are They thinking? Being With The Group. Pick The Feeling. Using the DPS (Digital Problem Solver). What’s Next? What Are They Doing? Saying The Right Thing. Unlocking The Clubhouse – this is a reinforcing activity, where the child is shown 2 pictures or movies clips and has to pick the one that correctly illustrates the hidden social clue.

Level 2: Watch What I Do. Using our Friend Files. Thinking about Your Friend. Using The DPS. What is Their Plan? What does That Mean? Having A Conversation. Unlocking The Clubhouse.

To give you an idea of what is included in each level, I will describe a little from one lesson of each level:

Level 1 – What Are They Doing? In this video Zach and Emma are taking turns acting out various actions and guessing what was acted out. In one scene you have to choose between Zach brushing his teeth and eating a hamburger, another time between playing a guitar and playing the drums. This lesson is teaching the child to look at the person who is talking, so that you can read their body language.

Level 2 – Having a conversation. This video has a series of short scenes, in each scene one of the friends is talking and the other has to decide how to respond. In one scene Emma is talking about her dog Sunny and you have to decide whether Zach should respond with “how old is she?” or “are you going to the movies?” If you pick the correct response the conversation carries on, if not Emma gets mad that he is changing the subject then you get to try again with the correct response

The app comes with a series of printables -I recommend you download and print these before starting to use the app. You can print these directly from the Mac or PC version or from the iPad using an Air Print printer. If you have the iPad version and no Air Print printer the developer will send you a PDF to allow you to print them. The printables include character profiles, a list of the Hidden Social Keys, coping strategies, and feelings cards. Each of the printable has space to add your own ideas too.

The DPS is an iPhone app that Social Express has just released (in April 2012). It works on recognizing feelings and choosing coping strategies for them. The child can flip through the feelings cards and pick how they are feeling, then see the suggested coping strategies for that feeling. You can customise it by adding your own extra feeling cards and your own coping strategies. If you don’t have the DPS or don’t have an iPhone or iTouch to use it on, you can use the printables to make 2 booklets that you can use in place of the DPS. I would recommend printing out the feelings cards, then using the coping strategies cards as a starting point to decide which strategies help your child for each feeling. Next write on the back of each feelings card what coping strategies help for that situation (adding any of your own that work for your child too). Once you are happy with your child’s personalized list of feelings and associated coping strategies, then laminate the cards and put a ring through them, making your own durable version of the DPS.

Things I would like to see changed: at the moment the “how are they feeling” section is just a match the facial expressions game, I would like to see this changed to matching the expression to the name of the feeling e.g. mad, sad, angry, frustrated. I would also like to see the price point of the app lower than $89.99 which is out of reach for many families, at the moment it is on sale for $29.99 – which is much more affordable.

This program is very well done- it has high quality graphics and animation. My 8 year-old found it very engaging – he really wanted to watch all the videos and help solve the questions. The ideas behind it – the “hidden social cues” are simple basic rules for social interactions but ones that some children (both on the Autism Spectrum and off of it) need a lot of help learningThis program isn’t a magic fix for social problems, but it is a good place to start. To make the most of this program you need to invest time in it, sitting down with your child, watching the videos together and discussing them. Then, just as importantly, you need to create a plan and continue working on using these skills and implementing them in real life situations. If you are a parent with a child who struggles socially and needs help learning these rules, and you are willing to invest the required time and energy, then I would recommend you strongly consider buying this program. There is a free lite version you can buy to see if it is a good fit for your child. If you are just going to watch the videos and nothing else, then it probably isn’t worth spending $90 on.

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Note – the developer has just let us know that they will be discontinuing support for this app and removing  it from the App Store in January 2014.  They are moving to a subscription based model.

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Mary is originally from England but now lives in California with her husband, dog, cat and three children. Mary and her family love Apple products and own an iPad2, iPad3, iPad Mini, iTouch, iPhone5 and several MacBook Pros. They also love cub scouts, skiing, camping and hiking. The family iPads are also used for therapy for their daughters Apraxia (speech disorder).
 Conversation TherAppy by Tactus Therapy Solutions- Review + Giveaway

Conversation TherAppy by Tactus Therapy Solutions- Review + Giveaway




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What we love…

Depth and quality of content. Extremely customizable.

What we’d love to see…

Parental gating and a couple more customization options

Summary

A must-buy app for speech therapists but also for parents and others working with older children on building expressive language, higher order reasoning and life skills.

Our Rating

Conversation TherAppy

I love this app! There’s one feature that prevented me from giving it a 5 star rating – more on that later – but this is, in essence, a 5 star app. With Conversation TherAppy, Tactus Therapy Solutions has continued to do what it does best – develop high quality, easy to use, customizable apps that can be used with individuals across age groups. This app is perfect for adults and teens and is great for older children too – the developer recommends those aged 9 and up and I’d agree with that recommendation.

What Conversation TherAppy puts at your fingertips is a huge range of pictures and suggested questions that will allow you to work one-on-one or in groups, on eliciting expressive language, building and practicing conversation skills and also reasoning skills like inferences. All speech therapists could find uses for this app but it would also be a great addition to the toolkit of special needs teachers, all middle school and high school teachers, youth workers, caregivers of elderly people as well as parents of older children and teens.

You’ll note that, even though this app has lots of uses in a therapeutic context it’s possible uses extend far beyond therapy. Anyone who could use support in discussing topics that are often difficult to broach could utilize this app as a starting point. Topics as broad as aging, sexual health and identity, police brutality, drug use, car seats and online shopping are all touched on, but don’t be alarmed, the topics are fully customizable by age range.

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The home screen is where your customization and user experience begins. A brief tutorial takes you through the major features of the app but detailed help is always accessible via the info button on the top left of the screen. Connect allows you to visit Tactus Therapy Solutions on Facebook and Twitter, sign up for their email newsletter and review Conversation TherAppy on the App Store. You can also tap on Other Apps to browse the developer’s other offerings on the App Store. Therapists will want to set up their clients in the User Hub, and Settings is where you customize the app to suit each user’s individual needs.

There are currently four language options with more to come – English (North American), French, Portuguese and Zulu. You can select the number of trials, scoring sounds and toggle links on and off. For me the most important setting options are: the ability to input email addresses so that results are automatically shared with others, Content filtering where you can choose if you want topics to appear that are appropriate for children, teens or adults and then the Customization Database.

This database lets you go to town with respect to customization. You can turn topics off or on so, for example, maybe you don’t want to discuss couponing with your child or, perhaps you want to add the topic of divorce into a child’s database because it’s something they’re experiencing right now. Even better, you can edit the text of the questions themselves which is a fantastic feature.

Once you’ve set everything up and you start the app, the client or group is shown a picture. Tactus always uses incredibly high quality, clear, pictures in their apps and this one is no exception. There are ten different buttons either side of the picture which represent different conversational prompts: Describe, Define, Remember, Decide, Feel, Infer, Predict, Narrate, Evaluate and Brainstorm. Score client’s responses and check on their progress via the User Hub.

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There is so much to like about this app:

  • Not sure if it’s the right fit for you? No problem, just download the free Lite version and give it a try.
  • The pictures are not only crisp and clear but well chosen – each one I looked at prompted an emotional reaction in me – they are designed to really engage folks in conversation.
  • The depth and breadth of the topics and the artfully written conversational prompts.
  • Perfect for adults and teens but great for older children as well.
  • Data tracking, reporting (in graph form even!) and results sharing
  • More customization options than you can shake a stick at.

There are however a couple of suggestions I’d like Tactus to consider for future updates:

  • Tactus makes it crystal clear on their website that this app isn’t designed to be used by children unsupervised. Fair enough, but in the real world that’s not always possible. My kids like to play with my iPad simply because it’s mine and I can’t supervise them every single second. One of the strengths of this app is that there is hard-hitting content but a lot of that content is something I don’t want my 7 year-olds stumbling across. The only solution for me right now is to delete the app from my iPad when they want to use it. I’d so appreciate it if they considered a simple form of gating that the Information, Connect, Other Apps and Settings options would be behind. This would also have the benefit of cleaning up the Home screen and make it less busy.
  • I would love if there was the option to add your own picture and questions or at least a way to submit requests for additions to the developer. It may be that I simply couldn’t find it but I searched in vain for a picture covering the topic of death. I think this would be an invaluable addition, not just for discussion with children if a friend, relative or beloved pet dies or is dying, but for adults also – do they want a living will in place, what are their wishes with respect to resuscitation in the event of a medical crisis, etc.
  • People often learn more from watching than reading so a how-to use video in the Info section would be a welcome addition.

In summary, this is a wonderful app with a huge amount of quality content and so many possible uses. It’s well worth the current price of $24.99. Highly recommended!
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Conversation Therapy: Talking Topics for SLP
Conversation Therapy: Talking Topics for SLP
by Tactus Therapy Solutions Ltd.

Category: Education, Medical
Requirements: Compatible with iPhone4-iPhone4, iPad2Wifi-iPad2Wifi, iPad23G-iPad23G, iPhone4S-iPhone4S, iPadThirdGen-iPadThirdGen, iPadThirdGen4G-iPadThirdGen4G, iPhone5-iPhone5, iPodTouchFifthGen-iPodTouchFifthGen, iPadFourthGen-iPadFourthGen, iPadFourthGen4G-iPadFourthGen4G, iPadMini-iPadMini, iPadMini4G-iPadMini4G, iPhone5c-iPhone5c, iPhone5s-iPhone5s, iPadAir-iPadAir, iPadAirCellular-iPadAirCellular, iPadMiniRetina-iPadMiniRetina, iPadMiniRetinaCellular-iPadMiniRetinaCellular, iPhone6-iPhone6, iPhone6Plus-iPhone6Plus, iPadAir2-iPadAir2, iPadAir2Cellular-iPadAir2Cellular, iPadMini3-iPadMini3, iPadMini3Cellular-iPadMini3Cellular, iPodTouchSixthGen-iPodTouchSixthGen, iPhone6s-iPhone6s, iPhone6sPlus-iPhone6sPlus, iPadMini4-iPadMini4, iPadMini4Cellular-iPadMini4Cellular, iPadPro-iPadPro, iPadProCellular-iPadProCellular, iPadPro97-iPadPro97, iPadPro97Cellular-iPadPro97Cellular, iPhoneSE-iPhoneSE, iPhone7-iPhone7, iPhone7Plus-iPhone7Plus, iPad611-iPad611, iPad612-iPad612, iPad71-iPad71, iPad72-iPad72, iPad73-iPad73, iPad74-iPad74
Size: 97.6 MB

$24.99USD

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Deanne fundraised to acquire iPads for her autistic sons, twins currently aged 7, after hearing how beneficial the new technology was proving to be for individuals on the spectrum. She’s been addicted to iOS ever since and has now been reviewing apps for kids for two years. Deanne is a freelance writer and you can find her blog at smallbutkindamighty.com
 Language Empires by Smarty Ears- Review

Language Empires by Smarty Ears- Review



Review by Mary Mahon and Suzanne Berhow, SLP
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What we love…

8 different goals, some with more than one level. Bright, vibrant graphics, rewards that keep students interested and wanting to play. Data collection, up to 5 students per session, unlimited student data tracking

What we’d love to see…

Option to see a report only on goals worked on in the session, or putting all data from one day in one report. Narration of the possible answers.

Summary

Overall, this is a great app with a lot of versatility. We love that each student can work on their own goals, there are different levels of difficulty and that you can selectively target auditory or written comprehension.

Our Rating

Language EmpiresLanguage Empires  was developed by SLPs Barbara Ferandes and Rosie Simms of Smarty Ears. It was developed for elementary school children age  children and has an ancient civilizations theme.  It works on 8 goals: answering how, why, and which questions; inferencing, vocabulary; predicting; figurative language and sequencing. Each student can work on their own individual goals and some goals have 2-3 levels so each student can work at their own level as well! Up to 5 students can play at the same time, each working on  their own unique goals, but the app will track data for an unlimited number of students. Data from the app can also be reviewed on the Smarty Ears Therapy Report Center app.

To play each student is placed on an Empire – each Empire targets different goals, and students can visit more than one Empire in a game, and more than one student an Empire at the same time. Each Empire has 50 questions and there are a total of 400 questions in the app.

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The Empires:

Sequencing has three levels- sort 3, 4, or 5 items and two types of tasks. Some items sort sequences in an activity. Some sequences sort items by attributes such as hottest to coldest.

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Predicting has three levels- 2,3 or 4 choices.

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Why questions has three levels 2,3, or 4 answer choices.

Which has two levels – 2 or 3 choices.

Inferencing has two levels 2 or 3 choices.

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Figurative language and How only have one level with three choices.

Vocabulary has two levels, both with four choices.

Although it is working on different goals and has a different theme, the app layout is very similar to Syntax City, which we have previously reviewed. For each question a photograph and accompanying short paragraph sets the scene, then the student has to answer a related question by picking from several possible answers. In the default setting the paragraph is both seen and heard, the answer options are only displayed in written form, not narrated; I would like the possible answers to also be narrated. If the student is working on auditory comprehension there is an option to hide the paragraph so they only hear it, not see it. If they are working on written comprehension you can switch off the narration. If a student gives an incorrect answer you can choose for them to hear a buzzer, or for the wrong answer to just silently disappear.

When students get an answer correct on the first attempt they earn a gold coin, once they have earned enough gold coins to master a given category they earn rewards in the shape of treasures from the ancient civilizations, these can be accessed in the student’s profile. The app also offers built-in homework sheets  for each target.

As with all Smarty Ears apps, Language Empire offers detailed data collection. A set of graphs provides immediate visual feedback (colored bars to help students see how well they are doing- green is passed, yellow is developing, red needs work). The data can be emailed, printed, or shared to other compatible applications such as iBooks or Pages.

We would like to see the data for every session in one day put into one report so that you can track all of the different goals in one report for each day while targeting one goal and then going back to target another goal. Not all students are ready to jump from one item to another and back to the first goal in one session. If that is not possible I’d like to see only the goals worked on in each session.

Overall, this is a great app with a lot of versatility. We love that each student can work on their own goals and that there are different levels of difficulty.  The app can also be used to selectively target auditory or written comprehension. Data collection is also a must for the busy SLP, and with Smarty Ears Therapy Report Center App data from all their apps can be collected in one report.

 

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Language Empires Language Empires by Smarty Ears

Price: $24.99 USD

**Chosen top pick app for educators by Fun Educational Apps**
Greetings from Language Empires! Although we are divided into many kingdoms we are united in helping all learners of language. Each empire.

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Mary is originally from England but now lives in California with her husband, dog, cat and three children. Mary and her family love Apple products and own an iPad2, iPad3, iPad Mini, iTouch, iPhone5 and several MacBook Pros. They also love cub scouts, skiing, camping and hiking. The family iPads are also used for therapy for their daughters Apraxia (speech disorder).

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