Thanks. I must have a look at IBooks too.
I have never used Overdrive. Is that an IPhone app as well?
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Behalf Of Eleanor Martha Burke
Sent: Sunday 17 June 2018 16:12
Subject: [fb-exchange] Re: accessing books
I use RNIB Library and use their overdrive app but I think that is changing
at the end of this year beginning of 2019. never been successful with NCBI
of a drive as it never seemed that there was any book on it that I wanted.
Calibre Library is another but again choice of books is fairly limited. I
also like using iBooks on my Apple devices. used to use Kindle but again I
think the books there could be got on I books.
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On 17 Jun 2018, at 15:59, Joan Ann Brosnan <joanannbrosnan9@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
I enjoy reading and am interested to know the different ways people
access audio books and the devices you use to read them.
I am a member of audible and get 1 book a month. I listen to them on
the IPhone or on the Amazon Echo Dot. I find the audible app uses up
the battery on my phone quite quickly.
I also get Kindle books from Amazon and read them using the Kindle app
on the IPhone. Listening to VoiceOver reading a book takes a bit of
getting used to but it is fantastic to have access to a wide range of
books and not to have to wait for them to be released in audio.
I know that it is also possible to get audio books from your local
library using Borrowbox but I have never used this service so any
information would be good.
Joan Ann Brosnan.
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