Publishing Innovator ReadHowYouWant Bridges Kindle Gap for Blind and Visually Impaired Readers

Business Wire/News Blaze, Sydney, Australia — Amidst complaints of Amazon’s Kindle inaccessibility for blind readers, ReadHowYouWant, a new technology publishing company from Australia, is leading the way in accessible publishing by using proprietary XML conversion software to repurpose books into a number of formats to meet the varying needs of readers who are blind, visually impaired, or have print or learning disabilities. Now readers can choose between as many as ten different formats before they buy a book at www.readhowyouwant.com, including electronic braille, synthesized audio MP3; optimized, large print, 24 point bold EasyRead print-on-demand books, and DAISY-a talking book format that produces audio along with the written text. DAISY books play on DAISY players, which are either standalone units or computer applications…. READ PRESS RELEASE

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