Following in the footsteps of the already popular EasyReader for iOS app comes the same accessible library app for the Android platform.
EasyReader has been specifically designed for readers with a vision or print impairment and has no restrictions to accessibility. Low vision readers can make their book’s text as large as their sight requires; adjusting colours, highlights and contrast to suit. Blind readers can ‘add speech’ to books and newspapers which have no inbuilt narration or choose from 100,000s of audio books available immediately. Readers with dyslexia can read with dyslexia friendly fonts and colours with perfectly synchronized text and audio.
Users of the EasyReader for Android app will enjoy the same features and benefits as those using the iOS version, which includes access to the world’s largest collection of accessible books and newspaper services. Unique in offering direct and effortless access to 21 digital libraries serving print impaired people across 70 countries, EasyReader includes access to popular accessible library services including Bookshare®, NFB-NEWSLINE®, RNIB Bookshare, Legimus, NLB and Vision Australia.
EasyReader for Android is fully compatible with Talk Back too, making it accessible across all levels of sight.