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Reading Kindle Books on Your iOS Device: A Quick Reference Guide (KINDLE)

Janet Ingber & the Kindle for iOS Team
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The free and accessible Kindle App from Amazon gives blind or visually impaired users the opportunity to purchase and listening to over one million Kindle books, newspapers, magazines, textbooks and PDFs on a beautiful, easy-to-use interface.

In the first section, Using VoiceOver with the Accessible Amazon iOS Kindle (reprinted with permission of AccessWorld), author Janet Ingber gives step-by-step instructions for installing the Kindle app and purchasing, downloading, and reading content.

The second section, Kindle for iOS Accessibility Gestures - Quick Reference Guide, lists and describes the special gestures used in the Kindle Library and the Kindle Reader interface.

Note: This booklet covers the free, accessible Kindle App that you can download and use on your iPhone or iPad. The Kindle devices sold by Amazon - the Kindle Fire, Kindle Paperwhite, etc. - are not accessible, which has brought on the lawsuit currently in the news.

This full-text full-audio DAISY edition uses synthesized voice.





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