moderated Re: help with a Kobo Ebook reader

David Griffith


I am afraid that the accessibility of this app deteriorated badly  for me  on my iPhone and I ended up removing it.

Even when in earlier times it was technically more accessible  I found  it still a challenge.

Unless things have changed dramatically I would suggest you use another platform. I would recommend Kindle as maintaining best continuous access over time.

I do not use other platforms now relying on Bookshare, Kindle or non DRM eBook publishers like Baem.


David Griffith





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From: Jeff Lukacsena
Sent: 02 August 2022 03:49
Subject: help with a Kobo Ebook reader


Hello List,

I purchased an ebook version of a textbook I need for graduate school on kobo.

It mentions to download an app either for your desktop or iphone. I picked the desktop.

After I ran the installion it seems to open the app, but the screen seems to be blank.

I am wondering if this not accessible.

I wonder if I can convert the book into another format, or should I get my money back and purchase the book in ebook format somewhere else.

I’m running Jaws 2022 July edition and Windows 11.


Jeff Lukacsena



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