Yet another chat app has been made available for download, but unlike most regular chat apps, this particular one puts emojis to the forefront.
Developed by the Italian arm of Samsung, Wemogee is a chat app that is made to help people with aphasia communicate. What is aphasia, you ask? Aphasia is a complex neurological disorder that is triggered by injury to the Broca and Wernicke areas of the brain.
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Those affected by aphasia often suffer from difficulties relating to the production, comprehension and expression of speech.
The way Wemogee works is pretty straightforward: users will be able to chat with each other by selecting one of the more than 140 phrases that can be currently found in the app.
These phrases are depicted as emojis in Aphasic Mode, as well as a standard text in Non-Aphasic Mode. To make finding a particular phrase easier, all of the phrases have been sorted into six different categories.
On its own, Wemogee proves to be a rather easy to use chat app. The selection of phrases is large enough to carry out a simple conversation between two people. However, at the time of writing, Wemogee suffers from a weird bug that prevents the user from receiving an authorization SMS.
Seeing as an authorization SMS is needed to start using Wemogee, and so, not being able to receive said SMS means that you won’t be able to use it at all.
Wemogee is now available for download on the Android Play Store. The app will also make its way to the Apple App Store sometime soon.
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