I have been involved in developing speech therapy and educational apps for nearly 4 years now. I have been able to see the wave of apps for speech therapy come to the app store from the start. Today, searching the app store for apps for speech therapy can be very frustrating. There are so many apps out there! Everyone, including non-SLPs, want to be a part of the iDevice revolution and create apps for us. Sorting through them and trying to find quality apps can be nearly impossible. I have just returned from the Texas Speech & Hearing Convention and after talking to a few colleagues who seemed very disappointed with apps and the iPad all together, I understand how if a person buys apps that they are not happy with, and those apps are not useful that they may stop using the iPad for therapy.