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Fat Cat Snappy Chat

a product of Point-and-Read, Inc.



Like the guys are talking or whatever. And like you want to join in .. So ...duh! Just do it ... with Fat Cat Snappy Chat. Whether you want to talk like a nine year old, or you are a nine year old who just wants to talk, Fat Cat Snappy Chat is seriously awesome. A fun app that's real assistive technology.

Designed to keep the conversation going.

Fat Cat Snappy Chat uses a real voice to provide 160 phrases. Start a conversation or keep one going -- with quick "hiya"s and snappy come-backs. Great for texting or talking, Fat Cat Snappy Chat is based on principles of phatic communications, and geared to casual conversations of kids.

A screenshot of the Snappy Chat app on an iPhone, showing the navigation interface and the Home page, containing a grid of 20 buttons with common phrases and links to other pages by category. An orange cartoon cat is featured on some buttons. A screenshot of the Snappy Chat app on an iPhone, showing the navigation interface and the What's Up page, containing a grid of 20 buttons with common phrases of greeting and links to other pages by category. An orange cartoon cat is featured on some buttons. A screenshot of the Snappy Chat app on an iPhone, showing the text editor screen with some sample text and a keyboard A screenshot of the Snappy Chat app on an iPhone, showing the text editor screen with the Send Menu superimposed on top of it. The Send Menu contains buttons to send a tweet, an e-mail, an instant message, or a text message.


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You need it -- and you know it.

A real voice gets the "duh"s and "excuse me"s just right - and you can send your talk as text via IM, email, SMS text, or Twitter. The unique interface provides both speedy call outs and wisecracks at the tip of your fingers.

Absolutely wicked when hangin' with your friends.

Each phrase can be used singly, or quickly combined with others -- just like the other kids. No more scrolling down an endless list for the right thing to say -- which most of the time isn't even there. (No kidding!)

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And while you are having a totally brilliant time (for sure), you are helping others.


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