New DAISY reader app released

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A new low cost daisy reader for the iPhone has been released.

DaisyWorm was developed by the Association for the Blind of Western Australia and Curtin University of Technology. It is a simple yet powerful DAISY audio book reader app for the Apple iPhone supporting the 2.02, 2002 and 2005 formats
with full or partial audio.

Full information can be found in the iTunes App Store.

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#1 DaisyWorm is mostly irrelevant in the United States.

Unfortunately, this app is mostly irrelevant in the United States at this time due to its inability to read Bookshare, NLS and RFBD titles. I think there's little hope for NLS and RFBD support, but Bookshare may be possible. I would recommend American users probably not spend money on this app until it can minimally support at least the Bookshare format.