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EasyReader App 10.04 for Windows includes the following fixes and improvements:

  • NEW: EasyReader Premium. EasyReader Premium subscribers can now open and read text-based PDFs in the Reader. Once open, PDFs can be read in their original layout or in a text-only view for a more accessible experience. 
  • NEW: DAISY 2.02 text and audio books. Improvements have been made to the way annotations, footnotes are block quotes are displayed in the Reader. 
  • NEW: ‘Go to page’. An option for “Go to page” has been added to the Reader. Use this option to move directly to a specific page in the Reader. 
  • NEW: RNIB Reading Services. The audio speed can now be adjusted in the Reader for all audio books downloaded from RNIB Reading Services.
  • NEW: Bookshare Ireland. A new login system has been made available for logging in to Bookshare Ireland.
  • FIX: EasyReader Premium. Fix to prevent EasyReader App from closing unexpectedly when playing a book using a Premium voice. 
  • FIX: ‘Open with’ EasyReader. Fix to ensure books open correctly in EasyReader from the Windows context menu. To open a book from the context menu, find a book in a format supported by EasyReader, use a right click to open the context menu, choose “Open with” then select “Dolphin EasyReader”.
  • FIX: RNIB Reading services. Fix to prevent the audio from distorting after adjusting the voice speed on a small selection of audio books from RNIB Reading Services.
  • FIX: Text-to-Speech voices. Fixes have been applied to ensure the audio speed of text to speech voices can be adjusted as expected. 
  • FIX: Translations. The “Load next” button in the Reader is now displayed correctly on devices with the region set to Swedish.

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