Does anyone know of an accessible e-book reading app
I really love The iBooks app as it allows me to easily read navigate and organise my books. Unfortunately, only supports the PDF and epub format and I'm looking for an app that will be able to read as many formats as possible.
I have tried using the kindle app but it doesn't seem to be very accessible with voice-over.
Please post any suggestions below but before you do, consider that:
The app should have some way of organising books such as a Library
The app should allow me to swipe up and down to access the pages in the book
The app should remember where I left off Reading and should open the book to that position again.
I would be grateful for any suggestions you could offer.
You need to try Voice Dream Reader. Also, the Kindle app is very accessible. Buy Kindle books through the Amazon Website, making sure to buy the Kindle edition, and just select to have them delivered to your device.
I don't think the VoiceDream reader app is for me, as I was hoping to find a free app And something more simple, The voice dream Read up as a lot of extra features and I was just hoping to read the files with the built-in Daniel iOS voice.
Have you tried Dolphin Easy Reader? I agree Voice Dreamer works well!
Hi, If you need something simple, and inexpensive, try Speech Central, or if you do not need the RSS capability, try the student edition. VoiceDream Reader might seem complex, but it's really worth its price.
Hello. What file types does Voice Dream Reader support? Can I use EPub, PDF, TXT, and so on? I'd like to know.
I'm considering buying the app.
Supported Document Formats
- PDF, Plain text, MS Word, MS PowerPoint, RTF, and Google Docs.
- Web articles.
- EPUB eBooks. (DRM-free books only. Kindle and iBooks are not supported.)
- Bookshare Books.
- DAISY text-based books and audiobook.
- Audiobooks in MP3, MP4 or zipped MP3 format.
- Experimental rich text and image support for all documents.
Voice Dream Reader is listed in the app directory here on Applevis if you want more info.
surprised that you don't find the Kindle app accessible, personally I've gotten on with it a lot more than with IBooks.