The EasyReader app is a new way to enjoy RNIB’s Talking Books, talking newspapers and accessible school curriculum content.
Created by assistive technology developer Dolphin, the app will allow you to browse and download content from three different RNIB reading services:
EasyReader is available on both iOS and Android devices.
RNIB worked with Dolphin to ensure the app is tailored to readers with a visual impairment or dyslexia. The app offers a simple interface and access to downloaded content in one place, on a smartphone or tablet.
All you need to do to start accessing a wealth of literature, news and educational materials is to:
If you’re already registered on RNIB Overdrive, RNIB Newsagent or RNIB Bookshare, then you can use the same login details to access content on the EasyReader app.
New users can create an account with RNIB by calling our Helpline on 0303 123 9999.
Noel Duffy, Dolphin CEO, said: “We are so pleased to welcome RNIB Overdrive to the portfolio of accessible libraries available on the EasyReader app. We’re proud to help readers with low vision or blindness read millions of books and newspapers with our free app.”
Alison Long, RNIB Senior Manager for Consumer Services, said: “We’re delighted to work with Dolphin on this project. Their EasyReader app is making it easier than ever before for people with sight loss to enjoy the latest bestsellers, wherever and whenever they want to”.
For more information about the EasyReader app, visit Dolphin’s website.