Now you can…
Assistive Technology for all
Maximizes the use of your smart devices
A family of controllers that allow remote operation of smartphones, tablets, and computers:
Your choice of inputs from one-button switches to joysticks, sip & puff, and vision-based devices.
Drive essential applications like:
Accessing Google Assistant,
Viewing / hearing, and replying to text messages.
AireCLICK® meets PTW’s commitment to create and deliver assistive technology (AT) solutions for people with physical limitations.
Now, people with limited hand / finger strength, the visually impaired and others can use AireCLICK to more effectively use their smartphones and tablets.
Use AireCLICK to:
Control your music / podcasts - raise and lower volume, play next, play previous.
Listen and audibly respond to text messages - play next, stop, and reply.
See new messages - each social site indicated on AireCLICK by a unique LED color.
Make phone calls simply - via speed dialing.
Navigate your screen with switch scanning - selecting the icon or an item or a phrase you want and proceeding to the next.
Harness the power of Google Assistant - interact through natural voice to search the Internet, schedule events and alarms, and show information from the web.
Includes full support for essential apps
Expanding suite of supported inputs & outputs
Step 1: Connect your AireCLICK.
For AireCLICK Lite plug it into the micro-USB port of your device.
For AireCLICK Plus pair it with your device’s Bluetooth.
Step 2: Plug your headset into your AireCLICK.
Step 3: Download “AireCLICK App” from Google Play.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for availability at Apple Store.
Step 4: Set-up / Initialize.
Click on the App and follow the instructions on screen.
Step 5: Verify the default settings on your device.
Step 6: Start using AireCLICK by selecting which functions you want to use.
Step 7: If you would like to customize the AireCLICK’s main menu, select Left, Right, Up, Down, and Center to link specific commands for speed-dialing, chats, text messages, and music controls.