NEW: You no longer need a library account to use our EasyReader app
We've introduced an exciting new feature to our EasyReader for iOS and Android app
You can now open books from sources other than accessible libraries - from the web, cloud storage, emails or those already stored on your phone or tablet - bringing you more ways to read than ever before.
Previously, app users would need to have an account with an accessible library in order to browse, search, download and read books. Unfortunately not all accessible libraries are linked with EasyReader meaning that some countries and languages aren't represented and, similarly, not all print impaired people have an accessible library account.
The new import feature means you can read DAISY, Epub & text titles that you find outside of EasyReader’s extensive library collection.
From your Apps - Open books or documents directly from your favourite apps including Files (ioS), My Files (Android), WhatsApp, DropBox, & OneDrive. Select the file and pick the ‘Open in’ menu. Choose ‘Copy to EasyReader’ and you’re ready to read.
In email Attachments – Open DAISY, Epub or text files attached to email.
On the Web – Download and read books that you discover online.
iOS users can also:
- Convert their documents created in the Pages app to the Epub format and open them with EasyReader.
- Drag and Drop books into EasyReader’s ‘My Books' on their iPad.
Android users can also open DAISY, Epub or text files on their SD card.
Don't forget, you can also copy text from anywhere on your phone & hear EasyReader announce it.