A quick way to communicate when talking isn't an option

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Andy Sparks@sparkszilla · Co-Founder of Holloway
Relatively frequently, my Lyft driver cannot hear. They often use iPad drawing apps to let me know that they're deaf. This would be an awesome use case for them. Also when you want to tell someone in the meeting you're bored =).
Carrie PhillipsMaker@carrieflips · design lead, Level Money
@sparkszilla Fantastic usecase! Todd and I made Statement with my little sister and other folks with special needs in mind, but have found tons of other situations where the app is useful. Keep the ideas coming!
jonasHiring@jnsdls · Yeah, I don't know either.
Great idea, superb execution... Calling it early: my favourite product on PH this week.
Carrie PhillipsMaker@carrieflips · design lead, Level Money
@sleinadsanoj Wow! Thanks so much!
John Truong@scottytruong1 · Serial entrepreneur
Great idea. I have a neurological stuttering condition and sometimes it's just quicker to write down what I want to say.
John Murch@johnmurch · Developer/Marketer
It would be cool to add a translation mode, so you could write something in english (e.g. where is the bathroom) and translate it (e.g. German: Wo ist die Toilette, bitte?) - Cool app :)
Carrie PhillipsMaker@carrieflips · design lead, Level Money
@johnmurch I was going to reply "cool idea!" in another language, but I really don't want to be the girl that accidentally told an upvoter his idea was frozen or something.
Tom Flemming@tomflemming
This would be great as a universal feature. Perhaps with just a reverse pinch of the screen. Great idea. It could also work well with a small set of bright colours so you can distinguish people and their screens in the crowd. Also great for emergency situations.