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roninkokomo
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Registered: ‎01-19-2011
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For the visually challenged

 Any hopes of an app that will read your books to visually chasllenged folks?

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sandie52
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Registered: ‎01-14-2011
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Re: For the visually challenged

From what I have read those computer generated voices aren't that great. But there are tons of books availiable as audio books and you can put those on the Nook and listen.