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Apple iOS / iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch

Devices Compatibility
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*iPhone*iPad*iPod Touch

AMAC e-text files are uploaded to the Student Download Center in a zipped format. *Downloading zipped files to an iPad requires the use of a zip utility such as WinZip for iPad available as a free download from iTunes

WinZip itunes page

After installing WinZip, zipped files, including pdfs, can be opened in iBooks or Kindle App for iPad.


  • PDF's can be read with iBooks using VoiceOver.
  • Audio on CD books can be transferred and listened to using the Learning Ally audio app
  • Word DOCs can be read using text-to-speech by enabling voiceover and using the Pages

Note: You must have Voiceover enabled for certain accessibility features to be available on your device


Android

Devices Compatibility
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*Samsung Galaxy Tab
*PDFs can be read with text-to-speech using ezPDF Reader*Word DOCs can be read with text-to-speech using Quickoffice*Audio on CD books cannot be played on Android devices

Note: You must have TalkBack enabled for certain accessibility features to be available on your device


Amazon Kindle

Devices Compatibility
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*Kindle
  • Kindle Touch
  • Kindle Fire
*PDF's can be read with text-to-speech using ezPDF Reader ONLY on the Kindle Fire
  • Word DOC's can be read, however text-to-speech is available ONLY on the Kindle Fire using Quickoffice
  • Audio CD books cannot be played on Kindle devices


Barnes & Noble Nook

Devices Compatibility
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*nook Color
  • nook Tablet
  • Nook Simple Touch
*PDFs can be read with text-to-speech using ezPDF Reader*Word DOCs can be read with text-to-speech using Quickoffice ONLY on the nook Color and Tablet
  • Audio on CD books cannot be played on nook devices