Learning Ally, the U.S. based nonprofit that offers 80,000 books primarily aimed at students, has relaunched their suite of reading apps as Link, offering more flexibility when reading and searching for titles. It's available now for iOS, PC, Mac, and Chrome and coming soon to Android. Previously, users could not search for books directly from their device, an improvement present in the latest release. Here's a list of features in the new software from the iOS version.
Listen to books online or offline even while device is locked
Together with your online account, track your student's or child’s reading progress
Adjustable speed, text size, text and highlighting color
Go to page and chapter navigation
30 second rewind capability
Add notes to bookmarks
Table of contents and page numbers match that of the same print edition
Add books to bookshelf right from your mobile device’s browser
Displayed book covers and audio format labels
*Compatible with VoiceOver
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