Kindle for iOS new update includes accessibility features to accommodate the visually impaired

Monday, 6 May, 2013

Source: G3ict

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Kindle for iOS app is now accessible to the blind and the visually impaired, according to Amazon’s recent announcement. The new update includes compatibility with VoiceOver, Zoom and Assistive Touch, as well as support for peripheral braille displays.

These features will give users easier access to the more than 1.8 million titles in Amazon’s catalog. The app also provides features that allow users to read character by character and word by word. Kindle for iOS is already available for downloading for free from iTunes.

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