All the audio and braille titles you have downloaded to your device are listed in Bookshelf, the first tab on the tab bar. These titles are organized into four categories: Audiobooks, Audio Magazines, Braille Books, and Braille Magazines. An additional category titled Help is where you can access this user guide.
The Now Reading screen for audiobooks and magazines is oriented similarly to the digital talking-book player. Buttons used on the application resemble the buttons on the player, with a few exceptions. The Now Reading screen for braille books and magazines is also oriented similarly to the digital talking-book player, but has very few controls that are similar to those on the digital talking-book player.
Books that are stored on your computer can be loaded onto BARD Mobile in two ways: iTunes file sharing and Dropbox, a service that allows you to store your files on the cloud and access them from your phone, computer, or the company website. Basic Dropbox service is free and allows file sharing. To use either method, audio items must be zipped, with each book or magazine zipped as a separate file. You do not have to zip braille books before importing them, but if you do not, BARD Mobile will treat each braille file as a separate book.
With a Kindle Unlimited subscription, you can listen to both audiobooks for free. You only pay the monthly fee of $9.99 for KU and you can even read or listen to as many additional books as you want!
These android, iPhone and iPad games for autistic children are designed for children with special needs in mind. Most of them offer sensory experiences children on the spectrum will not find overwhelming. Many incorporate characters and games children already know and love. Some of these autism games also offer free downloads.
Listen to free audio books and poetry recordings! This library of audio books and poetry features digital recordings and MP3's from the Naropa Poetics Audio Archive, LibriVox, Project Gutenberg, Maria Lectrix, and Internet Archive users. 2b1af7f3a8