Monday, August 26, 2013

Learning Ally Audio App Available for Android in Beta

Learning Ally Audio App is now available in beta for Android devices. Learning Ally is a provider of audio books for the blind and dyslexic. The newly released Android app provides access to Learning Ally’s collection of 75,000 audio books for members with Android devices. From information provided on the apps Google Play page the Android version seems to have features comparable to its iOS counterpart. The app is available for free on the Google Play store and require a Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy Tab, or Motorola Droid Razr with Android 4.1 or later. Click here to download the Android version from Google Play. To learn more about the iOS version of Learning Ally Audio click here.

To view screenshots of Learning Ally Audio for Android in action click read more below.

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  1. Currently in Beta release, the app is compatible with Teacher Ally, Learning Ally’s acclaimed classroom audiobook management tool. Teacher Ally enables teachers to maintain personal profiles and bookshelves for each student, track the titles and pages they are reading, and generate reports on their progress to share with parents. As more and more school districts choose to invest in Android devices, adding an app for this platform is critical to meeting the needs of students with print disabilities.