too read largely on my iPhone and iPad, including DAISY,
Epub, TXT, HTML and PDF text not simple images. I have
used Voice Dream reader for years. It is inexpensive and
permits bookmarking, highlighting, creating annotations
and copying and pasting from text one is reading. It
provides and Add feature that can take the user directly
to BookShare, ?The Gutenberg project, apps like Pocket,
and is included in the “Share” list in Safari.
only wish there were a comparable app for Microsoft
love the convenience
<firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of UMIT ERDEM
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 9:53 AM
Subject: [nvda] About accessable book reading apps
I know that the subject is off topic for this group, but I
don't know any mailing group that it would be suitable for and
I thought that discussing book reading won't hurt us. if I
crowd your inbox I'm sorry.
first of all, just to satisfy my curiosity, how do you read or
listen your books usually (e.g, which platform, what programs
or apps, what kind of format in) and why?
I usually get my books from Bookshare.org and read them with
apple books Because it is very easy to use and acsessible.
Secondly, I like Apple books very much. it is pretty easy to
use. However, it is very anoying not to be able to sencronize
it with my computor or other divices. I would much prefer
having a library that I can reach from everywhere. Adobe
digital edditions seems promising at first but IOS app doesn't
work with voiceover at all and it has some important
accessibility issues in windows with NVDA wich I can tolerate
if I could have used it in my phone effectively. do you have
any recommendations for a free or cheap app that I can use in
at least windows and IOS with singronisation? highlighting
text and bookmarking is very important for me too.
I am really sorry about this long post but I think discussing
this issue will be a stimulating discussion and is important.