[BCAB] HOW DO PEOPLE DOWNLOAD PRINT BOOKS AND READ THEM ON PORTABLE DEVICES?
sandragayer7 at gmail.com
Fri May 23 23:02:50 BST 2014
If you had an I device, would you be able to read a Kindle book, using
Very best wishes,
On 5/23/14, Ian Macrae <ian.macrae at disabilitynow.org.uk> wrote:
> Richard, one way to do this is using an Apple device and subscribing to the
> kindle app. Once a book is bought from the Kindle store you can opt to have
> it delivered to your chosen device where it appears. then hook up a Braille
> display/note taker via blue tooth and it is then possible to read the text
> in Braille.
> On 23 May 2014, at 18:13, Richard Godfrey-McKay wrote:
>> Asking really for my Brother, who's wondering how easy it is to download
>> up-to-date print books and read them on a portable device (perhaps
>> something with a 40 cell display. What solutions would people suggest,
>> how fluent can a fluent reader get on such devices? Device
>> would be much appreciated. Thanks,
>> Richard Godfrey-McKay
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