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- Jeff Lukacsena: looking for Kindle advice
Re: Jeff Lukacsena: looking for Kindle advice
Hope Williamson <webspinner@...>
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OK Comcast doesn't like mail.com addresses. Every time I send a
message there, it keeps failing.
The Kindle app download link is here:
I've shortened it, because Amazon.com links will separate
into 2-3 lines in emails.
On 4/26/2021 11:20 AM, Hope Williamson
Hmm, I've used the Kindle for PC since 2015, and have had no
problems reading with it. I did have registration issues the
first couple times, but then an update took care of those.
You can read the book with which ever screen reader you're
using, if the book supports it. Most of the ones I've gotten do.
If it doesn't the app has text to speech built-in.
On 4/26/2021 11:04 AM, Jeff Lukacsena
Several people I know whave written
books. I would like to read them, but they are only
available in the Kindle format.
I know Kindle was not very accessible
I am wondering if that application has
Is it better to use the Kindle on a PC or
a BrailleNote Touch Plus.
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