[Electronics-Talk] Kindle books

Mary Jo Partyka choirnfb at gmail.com
Wed Feb 24 01:26:37 UTC 2021

Hi, Tracy,

I read a few Kindle books but i=I actually had to scroll down each page in order for Kindle to read the book.  It’s nice to be able to read those books but I find I can’t do much besides reading a book.  Sometimes I read and try to do things around the house or exercise but the Kindle demands my whole attention.

> On Feb 23, 2021, at 2:40 PM, Tracy Carcione via Electronics-Talk <electronics-talk at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> I'd like to read a book that isn't available from either NLS or Bookshare.
> It is available in Kindle, but I've never used that.  I guess I'd run Kindle
> on my iPhone.  
> Could I use it with a braille display paired with my phone, like the
> eReader?  I gather that's not as simple as reading an NLS or Bookshare book,
> and I'd have to do something special every time I turned the page?
> And, if I didn't use the braille display, then I'd just get the crummy
> speech from Voiceover or whatever?  OK for lots of things, but not so great
> for recreational reading.
> Anyone have experience with Kindle books?
> Tracy
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