It’s Global Accessibility Awareness Day today.

The day, which promotes digital accessibility and inclusion for people with all disabilities, occurs on the 3rd Thursday every May.

If you or a loved one has any type of disability and you aren’t aware of some of the sick apps out there, take a look at this curated list of some apps that can be found in Apple’s iOS App Store.

Capti Voice: a literacy and reading support tool that allows users to listen to documents, news, books and more while improving productivity and makes reading a lot more fun.

Cost: Free

BlindSquare: an app that aids those who are visually impaired with their daily lives.

Cost: $54.99

Proloquo2Go: an augmentative and alternative communication app that’s used by people with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and other diagnoses.

Cost: $349.99

Children with Autism: A Visual Schedule: this is one of the first wearable picture-based scheduler designed for children and adults with autism. Users are able to create picture-based daily schedules that are empowering.

Cost: $17.99

RunGo: a “virtual running partner” that offers users turn-by-turn voice directions for different paths, routes, and races.

Cost: Free with in-app purchases

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