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Richard L Gardner | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Nov 9 2009 10:07 AM

OK maybe it doesn't sound great, but I was thinking that if you added the Read Aloud feature that is in the Desktop version to the Iphone app it would allow us to hear books while we are exercising, driving etc. I like to buy audio books and listen to them when I exercise, and if you added this feature it would add a new dimension to the use of the resources I might not normally get a chance to read.

This would also take advantage of the mobile nature of the Iphone and be an alternative to just listening to music or buying audio books. I would put up with the unnatural flow in order to listen to books I might not normally read, or I would listen to extended explanations of a passage, I wouldn't have the time to read. Any thoughts?

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NYSERVANT | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, May 12 2010 8:36 PM

I agree.  Great idea.  Any thoughts from logos?

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Alain Maashe | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, May 12 2010 8:58 PM

RichardLGardner:

OK maybe it doesn't sound great, but I was thinking that if you added the Read Aloud feature that is in the Desktop version to the Iphone app it would allow us to hear books while we are exercising, driving etc. I like to buy audio books and listen to them when I exercise, and if you added this feature it would add a new dimension to the use of the resources I might not normally get a chance to read.

This would also take advantage of the mobile nature of the Iphone and be an alternative to just listening to music or buying audio books. I would put up with the unnatural flow in order to listen to books I might not normally read, or I would listen to extended explanations of a passage, I wouldn't have the time to read. Any thoughts?

 

A Competitor (not well known and with a " praying bug" name) as this feature in their mobile offerings for the iPhone/ iTouch/ Ipad. you can even select natural voices.

I would pay extra for this features (but not too much)

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