Amazon on Wednesday updated its Kindle for iOS reading app with new accessibility features that will help blind and visually impaired users navigate their Kindle library as well as read and interact with books, PC Mag reports. The new features are available on the iOS app today, and will be making their way to other platforms in the future, Amazon said. The update includes a new read-aloud feature for more than 1.8 million titles in the Kindle Store. The feature leverages Apple's VoiceOver technology, which enables users to interact with their device when they can't see the screen. To activate,...

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