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I agree. Reading books on the iPhone is very easy. Plus, all of the apps that Marie mentioned are very accessible and user-friendly. I use the focus 40 braille display with my iPhone 11. Braille support is excellent!
On Apr 19, 2020, at 11:53 AM, Marie <magpie.mn@...> wrote:
In my humble opinion, the iPhone does an outstanding job of reading many
types of books. I use Overdrive for library books, Kindle, Bard Mobile, Audible
and Voice Dream Reader.
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Subject: [TechTalk] switching to iPhone from
I have been using an android phone for several years. But now
that the new iPhone SE is out I’m thinking of switching to that because
voiceover lets me get things done more efficiently and braille display support
is much better. Is reading books on iPhone a good experience? Also, the iPhone
with voiceover is the only device that supports Japanese 6-dot braille so I
could get into studying Japanese language as a hobby if I want.
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