[nabs-l] Kindle Books
jpolansky.nfb at gmail.com
Wed Aug 17 18:32:17 UTC 2016
Hi Aimee. I have read Kindle books on my IPhone with a braille
display, and it works well. Pdf's can be accessible if you ocr them
with a program like Kurzweil, OpenBook, or DocuScan Plus. If you don't
have any of these programs, you can use robobraille.org and get the
file converted for free. As far as books are concerned, I like
Bookshare and IBooks better, but Kindle will certainly do the job.
On 8/17/16, Emma Mitchell via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> I know kindle app that is VoiceOver accessible. I've had trouble getting
> them to read on my Mac.
> Member of national association of blind students Maryland and Pennsylvania a
> division of the national federation of the blind
> Member of communications committee and legislative committees of NABS
>> On Aug 17, 2016, at 1:02 PM, Aimee Harwood via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org>
>> Hello group. I hope you guys are enjoying the last little bit of break
>> before you dive into the fall semester.
>> I'm having difficulty in getting accessible versions of books. PDF
>> apparently isn't what the NFB considers accessible. Daisy and EPUB three
>> are the formats they consider to be accessible.
>> I ran across a book on kindle that I think could work. Has anyone had
>> success with the kindle PC software?
>> Sent from my iPhone
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