Tactilingo Overview
Tactilingo’s Global Wordbank is presently available in English and in French. However, other language teachers can still use Tactilingo game templates by entering in their own vocabulary into their Personal Wordbank. The Global Wordbank will offer other languages in the future. See more details below under What if I teach a no-data language?
Begin by clicking on Manage Words, Lists and Folders and enter in your vocabulary words, which you can then organize into lists and folders. Then, select Manage Games to create games using the following customizable templates:
  1. Matching Game Template
  2. Categorizing Game Template
  3. Sentence Game Template
Once you’ve created a game, you can assign them to your classes or individual students, which you set up beforehand under Manage Classes & Assignments and Manage Students. Then, let the fun and learning begin!

Managing your account
There are 2 ways to join the Tactilingo Family.
  1. Go to the Tactilingo homepage and click on New User? Create an account.
  2. Go to the Tactilingo homepage and click on Register in the right-hand part of the header.
Fill in the following information:
  1. First Name
  2. Last Name
  3. E-mail Address
  4. Language Taught
  5. Password
  6. Who are you? Are you a teacher, a tutor, an IT person, a Homeschooling parent, a therapist or other?
  7. Your level? Which levels do you teach: Pre-K? Elementary? Middle School? High School? University? Adult?
  8. User Type - 30-Day Free Trial? Use ALL of Tactilingo’s features for FREE before you decide to buy.
  9. Subscription? - Continue using Tactilingo for only $39.99 each year.
  10. Agree to the terms and conditions and voilà, you have yourself an account and are ready to begin!
1. Click on your name in the upper righthand corner of the header.
2. Select My Profile from the dropdown menu.
  1. The My Profile page will be the first thing you see.
  2. Click on Password in the blue sidebar to make changes to your password.
  1. On the Login page, click on Forgot Your Password?
  2. Enter in your e-mail address.
  3. Click on Send Password Reset Link.
After signing up for an account, you should receive a confirmation e-mail. Make sure to check your spam or junk folder to see if it’s there.
Otherwise,
  1. Log in to your account.
  2. Go to your Profile page by clicking on your name in the upper righthand corner and select My Profile.
  3. Verify that your e-mail address is entered correctly.
  4. Click on Subscription in the blue menu sidebar.
  5. Verify your start and end dates.

Tactilingo subscriptions and payments
When you are nearing the end of your 30-day free trial, you will receive an e-mail that will let you know that your trial period is coming to an end. If you wish to continue using Tactilingo’s full features, then you can subscribe for $39.99/year.
There are 3 ways to pay:
  • By Credit Card
  • By Debit Card
  • With PayPal
Once you have paid your subscription, you will receive a confirmation e-mail. You can also see your subscription status on your profile page under subscription.

When your subscription expires, you will be prompted to renew it if you wish to continue using the Tactilingo APP.
Group subscriptions are not yet available online. Please send us an e-mail with your request.

Does your department or school district wish to purchase several Tactilingo accounts? Then hop on the discount bandwagon! We offer 15% off when you purchase anywhere from 3-40 Tactilingo accounts and 20% off with the purchase of 41 or more accounts.

Group subscriptions are not yet available online. Please send us an e-mail with your request.
No, you won’t. They will be saved on our server for future use if you decide to reactivate your account.
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Soon after subscribing to Tactilingo, you will receive an e-mail confirming your purchase. It will include a receipt. If you don’t receive it, make sure to check your Spam or junk folder.

Managing Students
You can add student information or ask each individual student to come to your computer during class time to create their account.
  1. Go to the Home page, click on Manage Students.
  2. Click on the blue Add Student button.
  3. Enter in the following information:
    • First Name
    • Last Name
    • E-mail Address
    • Password
    • (Suggestion: If you are entering information on your own, you can create one generic password for all students, and they can reset their password later by clicking on Forgot your password?)
    • Confirm Password
  4. Students will receive an e-mail with their ID and password along with a link to the login page.
  1. Go to the Home page, click on Manage Students.
  2. Next to the student’s name, in the last column of the table, you will see a blue edit icon. Click it.
  3. You can edit the following information:
    • First Name
    • Last Name
    • E-mail Address ( If you get the message “The e-mail has already been taken”, this means that this student is probably signed up with another language teacher. In Phase 1 of Tactilingo you will have to use a secondary e-mail address for this student.)
  4. For forgotten passwords, follow the instructions under Managing your account.
  5. To deactivate a student, select Deactivated from the pulldown menu in the Activation Column.
  6. To delete a student, click on the red delete icon in the Manage column.

Managing Classes & Assignments
  1. Go to the Home page, click on Manage Classes & Assignments.
  2. Click on the blue Create a Class button.
  3. Enter in the following information:
    • Class Name
    • Description
    • Language taught
  4. Click on the Create a class button.
  5. Your new class will show up in a table on your Manage Classes & Assignments page along with its description, number of games assigned and number of students.
The Manage Classes & Assignments... page table has the following information:
  1. Class Name
  2. Class Description
  3. Games assigned to this class
  4. Number of Students in that class
  5. Manage column (edit and delete icons)
You can click on any word or number that is highlighted in blue to access more information.

  1. To populate your class, click on the class name.
  2. Under the class name, you will see Games / Students. Click on Students.
  3. Click on Add Student(s).
  4. A popup will show up with a search bar and a checklist of all your students’ names that have been entered under Manage Students.
  5. You can either type a student's name into the search bar or check the box(es) next to the names of the students in the list below the search bar.
  6. Click on Add Student(s) to Class.
  7. Students’ names will appear in the class table.
  1. Click on the blue class name that is in the table.
  2. Select Students, below the class name.
  3. Click on the delete icon in the Manage Column.
  4. Confirm deletion.
On the Manage Classes & Assignments page, class information can be edited by clicking on the edit icon in the Manage Column. You can edit the following information:
  1. Class Name
  2. Description
On the Manage Classes & Assignments page, click on the red delete icon in the Manage column.
  1. Click on the class name.
  2. Click on Add Game(s).
    • Select Game type. A checklist of games will appear in a dropdown menu.
    • Select game(s) you would like to assign.
    • Set the Start and End Dates.
    • Once the end date has passed, students will no longer have access to this game. If you wish to give them access to it once again you will need to reset the start and end dates.
    • Click on Add Game(s).
    • You can then choose how to assign the game(s). You can either:
      1. Click on E-Mail to Student(s) and select which student(s) should receive an e-mail notification of an added game to their account. This method is used if you only wish to assign the game(s) to a few students.
      2. Click on E-Mail to Class. With this method, all the students who have not yet been assigned to a particular game will receive an e-mail notification.
  1. Click on the class name.
  2. All the assigned games for that particular class will show up in a table.
  3. Each game has the following information:
    • Game Name
    • Start Date
    • End Date
    • Preview Game
    • E-Mail To Student(s)
    • E-Mail to Class
    • Activation
    • Manage
  4. Any game can be previewed by clicking on the blue highlighted Preview Game link.
  1. Click on the class name.
  2. Select Students, below the class name.
  3. You will see completed and accessed games next to each student name.
  4. Click on the blue number to view a detailed list of that student’s Completed games.
The number displayed in the Completed column tells you how many assigned games each student has completed. For example, if you assigned 14 games and the student has completed 13, then you know that he has missed 1 assignment.

The number displayed in the Accessed column tells you how many times a student has accessed a particular game. This does not mean that they have completed the game, only that they have opened it.
  1. Click on the class name.
  2. Games can be activated or deactivated in the table by clicking on either Deactivate or Activate under the Activation heading. This action deletes the game title from the student account.
  3. You can also edit or delete games by clicking on their icons under the Manage column.

Managing Words, Lists & Folders
The Tactilingo system is based upon a word bank made up of Global Words (default) which is a public collection of most used vocabulary words in English and in French along with their attributes. Words, images and audio are added to it regularly by Tactilingo's administration. (This is a work in progress. More languages will be added in the future.)

This word bank is used when creating Tactilingo games. The information in Global Words cannot be changed, so if an error is found, please notify us and we'll make the necessary change. If a word is not found in this word bank, or if you teach a no-data language (not English nor French), you can add your own words along with their attributes using Personal Words. See sub-header What if I teach a no-data language? Can I still use Tactilingo? for more information.

Each word is linked to the 11 attributes listed below.
  1. L1 (native language)
  2. L2 (new language)
  3. Gender (if applicable)
  4. Flashtile (picture)
  5. Symtile (part of speech icon)
  6. Symtile Name (part of speech)
  7. Symtile (Text) Definition
  8. Symtile (Image) Definition (not visible in the table)
  9. French Audio clip
  10. Variation 1 (ex: the plural form, contracted form)
  11. Variation 2 (ex: the plural form, contracted form)
Yes, by adding your words to Personal Words found on the Manage Words, Lists & Folders home page. It will first appear as a grey tab next to the Global Words blue tab. By clicking on the Personal Words tab, you can access your own private collection of vocabulary words along with their attributes. Your private words will also show up in the Global Words view when creating games.
Once you have created lists using words from your Personal Words, you can then apply them to games using the Create your own game function. Look for this sub-header below, under each game template type, for more details.
As mentioned above, you can only add words to your Personal Words because Global Words are added by the administration. There are 2 ways to add Personal words.
1st Method - Copy and change words from the Global Word bank
  1. Start in the Global Words view.
  2. Search for and select 1 word or words from the Global Word bank.
  3. Click on the Copy Word(s) button.
  4. Click on Personal Words.
  5. Click on the edit icon next to your copied word under the Manage column.
  6. You can now change anything you like such as L2 or audio.
  7. Save Changes.
2nd Method – Create a word not found in the Global Word bank
  1. Click on Personal Words to activate the Create Word button
  2. Click on the Create Word button.
  3. After selecting your first and second languages and adding the respective words, you will be asked to also add the following:
    1. Flashtile (picture – optional)
    2. Audio (optional)
    3. Symtile (part of speech icon) from a drop-down menu
    4. Symtile Name The default name can be edited.
    5. Symtile Definition (text) The default definition can be edited.
    6. Symtile Definition (image) Will appear when Symtile is chosen.
    7. Gender (when applicable)
    8. Part of Speech type (optional)
    9. Sample Sentence (optional)
    10. Variation 1 (optional)
    11. Variation 2 (optional
Your new word will appear under your Personal Words view but not under the Global Words view on the Manage Words, Lists & Folders home page. However, when creating games, the search bar will access both your Global and Personal Words.
When you are adding a word, you will be asked to upload a Flashtile, which is an image associated with your word.
  1. Make sure that you already have your image saved in one of your computer folders. It can be in any of the following formats: jpeg, png or jpg. Also, your image must not be greater than 500 kb (kilobytes). The snipping tool on most computers is an easy way to capture an image in the proper format.
  2. Click on Choose File under Upload Flashtile.
  3. Search for the image file, select the image, then click open.
  4. The image name should appear next to Choose File.
  5. The image will be visible once the word is added.
When you are creating a word, you will be asked to upload an audio clip. There are 2 ways to go about it.
1st way:
  1. Already have your audio clip saved in one of your computer folders. It can either be in a wav format or an mp3 format.
  2. Click on Choose File under Upload Audio.
  3. Search for the audio clip file folder, select the audio clip, then click open.
  4. The audio clip name should appear next to Choose File.
2nd way:
  1. Make sure that your computer’s microphone is set up properly.
  2. Click on the blue microphone icon that is under Upload Audio and record your word. Click on Stop to stop your recording.
  3. Your audio clip will appear below the microphone. Listen to it by clicking on the play icon. If it is acceptable, then proceed to step 4. If it is not, then repeat step 2 until you get a proper recording.
  4. Save your chosen clip by either clicking on Save to disk (just underneath the clip) or by clicking on the 3 dots next to the volume icon to uncover the Download icon.
  5. Select the folder you wish to use for your audio clips. Give your file a name and click on Save.
  6. Now, click on Choose File under Upload Audio.
  7. Search for the audio clip file, select the audio clip, then click open.
  8. The audio clip name should appear next to Choose File.
Note: When creating verbs, take the time to create audio clips for the different forms of that verb and save them in your audio file for later use when creating sentence games.
To edit or delete words, you must go to the Personal Words view, then click on the icons that are in the Manage column.
  1. To create a vocabulary list, go to the Manage Words, Lists & Folders homepage.
  2. In the search bar, type in one of your vocabulary words. Search as you would in a dictionary. Verbs for example, are in the infinitive format.
  3. In order to find your word, it is sometimes helpful to sort the column of your choice by clicking on the up and down arrows next to the column header.
  4. Select the box in column 1 that is next to your word.
  5. Repeat steps 2 and 4 for the rest of your words.
  6. When you have selected all your words, click on Add Word(s) To List(s) at the top of the page.
  7. A window will pop up with a search bar. If you have not yet created a list, there will be nothing to search. However, if you have created lists before, they will be visible under the search bar. Select the box next to the desired list and click on Add Word(s) To List(s) and OK.
  8. However, if you wish to create a new list, click on Create List .
  9. A pop-up window will appear. Enter in your new list name. Click on Create List & Add to Folder.
  10. The next pop-up window will ask you to either add this list to an existing folder or to Create a New Folder.
  11. When you select Create a New Folder a final pop-up window will ask you to enter a new folder name.
  12. After you’ve clicked on Create and OK you will be brought back to the Add To Folders window.
  13. Select the box next to the desired folder and click on Add to Folder(s) and OK.
  14. Finally, select the box next to the desired list and click on Add Word(s) to List(s) and OK.
  1. On the upper left-hand side of the Manage Words, Lists & Folders page there are 3 tabs: Words, Lists and Folders. Click on the desired tab.
  2. Click on the View Words or View List(s) button.
  1. On the upper left-hand side of the Manage Words, Lists & Folders page there are 3 tabs: Words, Lists and Folders. Click on the desired tab.
  2. To edit or delete lists or folders, click on the icons that are in the Manage column.

Managing Games
  1. Go to the Manage Games home page.
  2. Click on the Create Game button.
  3. Under Select a Game, choose Matching Game Template.
  4. Select Use selected game template and then choose one of the following options:
    1. Match Flashtiles/L1 to L2/Audio
    2. Match L2/Audio to Flashtiles/L1
    3. Match Audio to Flashtiles/L1
  5. You can Preview the Game if you’re not sure what it does.
  6. Give your game a name.
  7. Default instructions are provided, but you can edit the text if you like. (This functionality is only available after choosing a game template.)
  8. Click Next.
  9. Select L1 and L2.
  10. Search for 20 words using 1 or all of the methods below:
    a. Search for specific words using the search bar and select word in the table by clicking on the box. *(Make sure to add accents if there are any, or the word won’t be recognized.)
    b. Choose a list from the drop-down menu, and either Select All or select individual words from that particular list. (If you have a long list of words, you might want to show more than 25 entries on the page at one time. Your other options are 50 or 100 words from the drop-down menu just above the table on the left-hand side.)
    *If you are searching for a Global Word and you get the message No matching records found, then make sure that you do not have a list selected at that time or you will only get words from that list. Click on Select List and your word should come up. If it does not, then you will have to add that word to your Personal Words.
  11. Click the Next button at the bottom of the page.
  12. You can test your game before saving it if you wish. If you want to play it a second time simply click on Reset.
  13. Save your game by clicking on the Save Game button at the bottom.
This is a function that will serve teachers that teach no-data languages as well as French and English teachers. If you have created lists of words made up of Personal Databank words, then this is where you can use them to create your own matching games.
  1. Go to the Manage Games home page.
  2. Click on the Create Game button.
  3. Under Select a Game, choose Matching Game Template.
  4. Select Create your own game.
  5. Give your game a name.
  6. Provide instructions for your game. (This functionality is only available after selecting Create your own game.)
  7. Click Next.
  8. Select L1 and L2.
  9. Search for 20 words using 1 or all of the methods below:
  10. a. Search for specific words using the search bar and select word in the table by clicking on the box. *(Make sure to add accents if there are any, or the word won’t be recognized.)
    b. Choose a list from the drop-down menu, and either Select All or select individual words from that particular list. (If you have a long list of words, you might want to show more than 25 entries on the page at one time. Your options are 50 or 100 words from the drop-down menu just above the table on the left-hand side.)
    *If you are searching for a Global Word and you get the message No matching records found, then make sure that you do not have a list selected at that time or you will only get words from that list. Click on Select List and your word should come up. If it does not, then you will have to add that word to your Personal Words.
  11. Click the Next button at the bottom of the page.
  12. You are now on the customization page where you select which attributes (from the drop-down menu) will be visible in the drag-boxes and the fixed boxes. You can choose 1-2 attributes per box. If you choose only one attribute, then you have to select None as your second attribute.
  13. Click Next.
  14. You can test your game before saving it if you wish. If you want to play it a second time simply click on Reset.
  15. Save your game by clicking on the Save Game button at the bottom.
  1. Go to the Manage Games home page.
  2. Click on the Create Game button.
  3. Under Select a Game, choose Categorizing Game Template.
  4. Select Use selected game template. and and choose one of the following options:
    1. Gender Sort L2
    2. Symtile Match with Text Definition
    3. Symtile Match with Picture Definition
  5. You can Preview the Game if you’re not sure what it does.
  6. Give your game a name.
  7. Default instructions are provided, but you can edit the text if you like. (This functionality is only available after choosing a game template.)
  8. Click Next. Symtile Match games are ready after this step.
  9. The following steps are for the Gender Sort L2 template. Select L1 and L2.
  10. Search for 20 words using 1 or all of the methods below:
  11. a. Search for specific words using the search bar and select word in the table by clicking on the box. *(Make sure to add accents if there are any, or the word won’t be recognized.)
    b. Choose a list from the drop-down menu, and either Select All or select individual words from that particular list. (If you have a long list of words, you might want to show more than 25 entries on the page at one time. Your options are 50 or 100 words from the drop-down menu just above the table on the left-hand side.)
    *If you are searching for a Global Word and you get the message No matching records found, then make sure that you do not have a list selected at that time or you will only get words from that list. Click on Select List and your word should come up. If it does not, then you will have to add that word to your Personal Words.
  12. Click the Next button at the bottom of the page.
  13. You can test your game before saving it if you wish. If you want to play it a second time simply click on Reset.
  14. Save your game by clicking on the Save Game button at the bottom.
This is a function that will serve teachers that teach no-data languages as well as French and English teachers. If you have created lists of words made up of Personal Databank words, then this is where you can use them to create your own Categorizing games.
  1. Go to the Manage Games home page.
  2. Click on the Create Game button.
  3. Under Select a Game, choose Categorizing Game Template.
  4. Select Create your own game.
  5. Give your game a name.
  6. Provide instructions for your game. (This functionality is only available after selecting Create your own game.)
  7. Click Next.
  8. Select L1 and L2.
  9. Search for 20 words using 1 or all of the methods below:
  10. a. Search for specific words using the search bar and select word in the table by clicking on the box. *(Make sure to add accents if there are any, or the word won’t be recognized.)
    b. Choose a list from the drop-down menu, and either Select All or select individual words from that particular list. (If you have a long list of words, you might want to show more than 25 entries on the page at one time. Your options are 50 or 100 words from the drop-down menu just above the table on the left-hand side.)
    *If you are searching for a Global Word and you get the message No matching records found, then make sure that you do not have a list selected at that time or you will only get words from that list. Click on Select List and your word should come up. If it does not, then you will have to add that word to your Personal Words.
  11. Click the Next button at the bottom of the page.
  12. You are now on the customization page where you select Symtile categories from the drop-down menu for the 3 top category boxes. If you require more than 3 category boxes simply click on the + sign.
  13. Next, select which attribute will show up in the Drag box, then click on Save Game and Ok.
  14. You can test your game before exiting. If you want to play it a second time simply click on Reset.
  15. Click of Exit Game to return to the Manage Game home page.
  1. Go to the Manage Games home page.
  2. Click on the Create Game button.
  3. Under Select a Game, choose Sentence Game Template.
  4. Select Create your own game.
  5. Give your game a name.
  6. Provide instructions for your game. (This functionality is only available after selecting Create your own game.)
  7. Click Next.
  8. Select L1 and L2.
  9. Select 1-2 attributes for your Sentence Prompts (This helps students know which answers to choose.) If you don’t want a second attribute, select None.
  10. Select 1-2 attributes for your Drag Boxes. If you don’t want a second attribute, select None.
  11. Search for the 1st word in your sentence. When searching for words, please search for the base word first (ex: the infinitive for verbs, the singular form for nominal group words). You will have a chance in step #16 or #20 to change your selections to suit your sentence.
  12. Select the word from the table by clicking on the box under Select.
  13. Repeat steps 11-12 for the rest of the words in your sentence. You must have a minimum of 3 words and a maximum of 10 words to create a sentence.
  14. After selecting the final word in your sentence, click on Sentence done.
  15. You will then be prompted to choose extra words if you like. These words will be jumbled in with the sentence words on the student page.
  16. If you do not require anymore words, then you now have the option to edit your words by clicking on the edit icon in the Manage column. This allows you to do such things as conjugate verbs or make a word feminine or plural. You also have the option to choose a different Flashtile or Audio file.
  17. If you would like to choose extra words, click on Yes.
  18. Select extra words. Same search directives from step 11 apply here. You can choose up to 10 extra words.
  19. Click on Yes if more words are required. If not, click on Done.
  20. You now have the option to edit any word by clicking on the edit icon in the Manage column. This allows you to do such things as conjugate verbs or make a word feminine or plural. You also have the option to choose a different Flashtile or Audio file. **The changes that are made are only for the game.
  21. If all your words are ready, you can click on Done. If you still need more extra words, click on Yes and repeat steps 18-20.
  22. When you click on Done, a popup will appear asking you if you wish to edit any of your words, because after this point, you cannot go back to make corrections. Click on Yes if you wish to do so, if not, click on No.
  23. You are now on the Student Page Setup.
    1. Drag your answers under their prompts.
    2. If you want to give students further clues as to the genders, you may want to add a color-coded frames to some or all of your Flashtiles or Symtiles. Simply click on the icon to cycle through the following colors:
      • Blue Frame - Masculine word
      • Pink Frame - Feminine word
      • Yellow Frame - Neutral word or a word that can be either masculine or feminine
      • Black Frame (default frame) - No Gender
  24. Click on Save Sentence.
  25. If you wish to create another sentence, click on Create another sentence and repeat steps 11-22. You can create up to 10 sentences.
  26. If your game is complete, click on Game Complete.
  27. You can preview your game on the Manage Games page, by clicking on the 3rd tab – Sentence Games and then on Preview Game.
Students either drag boxes or words to their correct location. If an answer is wrong, it will automatically go back to its original position. If their answer is correct, it will stay in place.

In some of the games they will see color-coded frames that are added to certain Flashtiles and Symtiles. Because they are images, students need to know whether they refer to a masculine, feminine or neutral word. These visual cues help them choose the correct answer. This is what each color represents:
  • Blue Frame - Masculine word
  • Pink Frame - Feminine word
  • Yellow Frame - Neutral word or a word that can be either masculine or feminine
  • Black Frame (default frame) - No Gender
If a word is too long you can see it in its entirety by mousing over the word.

At the bottom of the page, they will see a timer that calculates how long it takes them to complete the exercise. There is also an attempt calculator (with a little green weightlifter) that lets them know how many tries it took them to get the right answer. If it only took them 1 try, then it will show up next to 1:, if it took them more than 2 tries, then it will show up next to 2+:
On the Manage Games’ home page, teachers can view all of their games by template type. The Default page shows all your Matching Games. If you wish to see your Categorizing Games, then click on the middle tab next to the Matching Game tab. The final tab is for your Sentence Games.

Below the tabs you will have a table with all of your games. Next to each game title you can see the following:
  • How often students have Accessed the game. You can click on the blue number to view a detailed list of student names.
  • How many have Completed their assignment. You can click on the blue number to view a detailed list of student names.
  • A preview of what students will see.
  • Edit icon that allows you to change the title. Unfortunately, you cannot edit the game. You would have to start over. This feature will come in Phase 2 of Tactilingo.
  • Delete icon if you wish to delete the game entirely.
Student Page
When students log in to their Tactilingo account, they will see the following:
  • Their classes
  • 4 tabs
    • Matching Games
    • Categorizing Games
    • Sentence Games
    • Game Details
      • Game Name
      • Due Date
      • Game Accessed
      • Game Completed
They can click on any game and play it whenever they like before the expiration date. Matching and Categorizing games allow them to Reset, Save as PDF and Exit Game. Sentence games have the same functions except for an additional button called Record as Completed. This button must be clicked at the end of the game so that it can show up as completed. Students are then given the option of playing the game again for extra practice.

The Save as PDF feature can be used in many ways. Here are a few suggestions:
  • Send to their teachers as proof of completion.
  • Print it out to hand in the next day as homework.
  • Print it out before doing it and use it as a paper version of the game.
  • After playing the Gender Sort Game, have them print it out to help them study the gender of their words.
System Requirements to operate Tactilingo
Presently, Tactilingo is only accessible by computer. It will not work on any phone or tablet.
Tactilingo can run using any LAPTOP & DESKTOP resolution and will work on any operating system using either Chrome, Firefox or Safari.