A new accessible reading app for iPad (and it’s free)

Dolphin (one of the pioneers in supporting people with low vision) have a launched an excellent, free app called EasyReader. Access books, newspapers or copy and paste text for synchronised highlighting as you listen and read. The app is available from the AppStore.

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Author: techcourse

Primary Teacher. Interested in technology, teaching and learning.

2 thoughts on “A new accessible reading app for iPad (and it’s free)”

  1. Very useful app for all ages, its repertoire of books make it easy to find something for students to read and the facility to copy and paste text from the web or read newspapers makes it appealing for all children especially those with Dyslexia as they can read about topics which interest them, therefore making the reading process an interest and achievable activity.

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