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Android users can download Bookshare books directly on their device with Darwin Reader. Darwin Reader is available in the Google Play Store for purchase, although they also offer a trial version for free. Like other Bookshare-integrated mobile apps, Darwin Reader... more
Bookshare members can download books directly on their iPad using Spotlight Text. Spotlight Text is designed specifically for low vision users, with a high contrast interface, large controls, and large print. Once you've purchased Spotlight Text from the App Store,... more
While reading a book, a single finger tap anywhere on the screen will show the reading tools menu. In the upper right corner tap on the text settings button, the “Aa” icon to access the Visual Settings menu appear.From there, you will be able to increase or decrease... more
While reading a book, a single finger tap anywhere on the screen will show the reading tools menu. You can skip ahead in the text by tapping on the “next item" button, the fast forward icon.Without voiceover enabled you can change the navigation level of this action by... more
You will first need to create a folder. To do so, please follow the steps below:From the Voice Dream Reader home screen, tap on the “folders" button at the top left cornerTap on the Add button, the “+” icon at the top left corner of the new window.Erase the automatic... more
Android users can access Bookshare content on-the-go using Go Read, our free, open source eBook reader directly integrated with Bookshare. Phones and tablets running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and above can download Go Read from the Google Play Store.Built with... more
Bookshare members use several different apps for downloading and reading books on an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch, including Dolphin EasyReader, Voice Dream Reader and Capti Voice.All three apps feature integrated Text to Speech; however, Voice Dream Reader and Capti ... more