moderated Re: Accessible EPUB reader for Windows 10
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David, do you know if QREad will read Kindle mobi books?
Or do those terms mean the same thing?
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Subject: Re: Accessible EPUB reader for Windows 10
There are a number of options.
Q Read - which is a paid application provides epub , PdF and mobi book support. .
There are a number of Text to Speech based readers. Paid and unpaid.. For me the best by far is the free Speak On which has a range of excellent features for ePub reading in its confusingly named Text Publications app.
This has as well as text , ePub support, including book marking , navigation levels, header and chapter navigation, on the fly control of book reading speed and volume and including a range of other features. You can even create a “virtual eBook” based on a search term which will pull out all the relevant sections of an ebook which is very useful for academic study. There is also full capacity to export to text to a word processor by simple copy and paste.