Symbly Go is Now Available on the App Store

Update Feburary 2nd: The Symbly Go App is available on the App Store! You can access it by searching for “symbly”, or following this link directly. Thanks for your patience!

While Symbly has officially launched to the public, unfortunately the Symbly Go iPad app has not yet been approved for listing in the Apple App Store. Due to Apple’s process, we currently have no firm date on when it will be available, but we are hopeful that it will be listed within the next few business days.

We’re incredibly sorry that this app isn’t available on launch day! To make it up to you, we will be adding additional time to all Symbly user’s free trials equivalent to however long it takes to get approved. So, for example, if the app is not available until 4 days from now, everyone who signs up today will receive a 34-day trial instead of a 30-day trial. We will add the extra time once the app has been approved.

We will also email all of our account holders (including those on the free trial) once the app is available.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We’re very excited for this app to be available and we’ll continue to work with Apple to get it on the App Store as quickly as possible.

In the mean time, please enjoy using the Symbly web site and web-based editor!


Riley and Lindsay

About Riley Dutton
Riley Dutton is the co-founder of Symbly. He's a technical guru with more than 7 years experience working with web-based and mobile platforms. He has worked in special education for more than 5 years. His passion is making complicated tasks simple through excellent user experience. Contact him anytime at

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