Description of App
En-Vision America is excited to announce the long awaited arrival of the ScripTalk Mobile app for iPhone. ScripTalk Mobile by En-Vision America, Inc., allows ios devices with Near Field Communication (NFC) capability to read ScripTalk Talking Labels. These special labels are adhesive RFID tags attached to medication containers by pharmacies participating in the ScriptAbility accessibility program. The patented ScripTalk system uses text-to-speech technology to provide the visually and reading-impaired with audible prescription information. Currently, there are many people that have difficulty reading or understanding the contents and instructions of their prescription medications. The small print and look-alike packaging of medicine vials can lead to confusion, non-compliance, and mistakes. En-Vision America has created a solution to this serious issue with ScripTalk Mobile.
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This app is 100 percent accessible with voiceover.
This app makes it a breeze for anyone using ScripTalk to read medication labels on the go. Unfortunately, it is only available in the US and Canada at this time. It will only work on the following iPhone models:
IPhone 7 and 7 plus
iPhone 8 and 8 plus
iPhone 10, 10R, 10S, and 10S max. Support for iphone 11 is still in beta.
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Hi and thanks for this. I have 2 questions though. First off, how can I tell if my iPhone has NFC? It is an iPhone 7. My other question is: why does the app say Viking Keyboard rather than Scriptalk?
You may have downloaded the wrong app. Here is the ScripTalk app link:
Anyone with iPhone7 and iOS 13 or greater can use the app.
If the wrong link is given, can the app entry be edited be either the apple vis gods, I mean stuff, or the person who made the entry, and the right url be put in its place?
Very nice and easy to use app. I have the Scdript Talk hardware device, but this app is much more convenient (and the voice from my iPhone is much nicer!).
Thanks for this.
Thanks David. I uninstalled Viking Keyboard and then got the correct app from the direct link you provided. I haven't scanned any meds yet, but the app seems to work great. I signed up during registration to receive a sample prescription, but haven't gotten it yet. I'm sure it's forthcoming though. Thanks so much for this app, and I look forward to putting it to good use.
and it is very easy to use
ScripTalk now supports iPhone11.
I just received my sample packet in the mail a few days ago. I got a T-shirt along with the other stuff, which is going in my load of laundry for Monday. Yesterday I scanned the empty bottle. I performed a full scan and got a complete read-out. It took a few tries to line up the bottle just right, but the app is very good and I'm hoping I can use it on the medications that I take in real life. Cynthia from customer service at En-Vision America was helpful.