EasyReader offers convenient access to your favourite accessible book libraries
and talking newspaper stands, in one place. Neurodivergent readers –
especially readers who have dyslexia – can customise their reading experience
with dyslexia-friendly fonts, adjustable colour schemes and word highlights that
synchronise with audio.
Are you having issues? Select the issue you are having below and provide feedback to Dolphin EasyReader.
By Jo Hinchliffe
Aug 25 2022
I have a problem deleting books from the Easy Reader app. I am using RNIB online reading services and everything is working apart from deleting books. They do go but then a message appears saying 'waiting for .... RNIB Reading Services' and it does not disappear. The book then returns. This all worked initially but stopped for no apparent reason.
By Matt Allbones
Jun 16 2022
When deleting a book that i have downloaded from RNIB REading Services the app gest stuck on a "wating for ...RNIB Reading Services and i have to force shut down the app to get back to my book list. Matt Allbones
By Mark Pivac
Mar 01 2022
Hello. I am using EasyReader version 3.04 on my iPhone SE 2nd gen.
I've just downloaded a number of audio books from the RNIB. I've found that those supplied by Harper and Princeton University won't allow me to alter the reading speed, which, given I like to read everything sped up makes listening to them almost unbearable. Any thoughts?
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Designed for accessibility, EasyReader enables blind and partially sighted readers to read with magnified text, with audio, or a combination of both - where each word is highlighted on screen as it’s read aloud. Neurodivergent readers – especially readers who have dyslexia – can customise their reading experience with dyslexia-friendly fonts, adjustable colour schemes and word highlights that synchronise with audio. EasyReader provides global access to millions of books from accessible book libraries around the world. EasyReader offers convenient access to your favourite accessible book libraries and talking newspaper stands, in one place. Log in to your favourite library to read accessible versions of classic books, the latest bestsellers, non-fiction, school textbooks and children’s storybooks. Listen to narrated audio books or listen to text-only books and newspapers, which EasyReader converts to human-sounding synthesised speech. Access your favourite libraries, then browse and download books easily, with intuitive navigation and accessible controls. In EasyReader, you can modify pronunciation, choose the reading voices you prefer and adjust reading speed and volume. To help navigate books, readers can bookmark favourite pages and sections. In EasyReader you can customise the colour of text, background colour and contrast. Text magnification in EasyReader is easy to adjust. With EasyReader the text is always sharp and visible on screen. Audio perfectly synchronises with on-screen text highlights, so you can read along as you listen. To help with study or reference, readers can also add text notes. EasyReader is fully optimized for use with iOS VoiceOver and iOS supported Braille displays. In EasyReader you can move around books quickly. You can apply for membership with your diagnosis of a print impairment - which includes dyslexia and other neurodiverse conditions, vision impairments and other physical disabilities. It’s an exceptional experience for readers with visual impairments. Simply pinch in and out on the screen to find the text size that’s best for you. To help, we have listed all of these in the EasyReader app. Adjust letter and line spacing to make your reading experience even better. It also links to braille displays for braille readers. Read in fonts that work best for you, including dyslexia-friendly fonts. Membership is required for most accessible libraries. Skip forward or back when reading and skip to any page or chapter. Type keywords in the search facility to quickly find the information you need. It’s easy to set these up on the library websites.