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Books Made Accessible
The profile of a human head is green with a cartoon of a guy with an audio book and headset in place of the brain.Having a visual impairment will not keep you from the books you love though adjustments might have to be made to the way in which you enjoy a good book.
 
This article highlights five of the many apps that are available for those who don’t want to forgo a good book. Many of the apps provide audio books in various formats, but the last app listed also offers large print versions in which you can change the font size, line spacing and brightness of the page on your tablet or computer.
 
All the apps listed in this article are either free with signup or very low cost. If you’re trying to find a new way to enjoy books, it’s worth visiting this article.
 
What’s your favorite reading app? Share your opinion in the comment section.
 
Five Great Reading Apps for Booklovers Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

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