From the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS), Library of Congress, the app
provides access to talking books. BARD stands for Braille and Audio Reading Download. BARD contains nearly 65,000 talking books, magazines, and braille music scores, with new selections added daily from the NLS. Works with both Android and iOS.
Need to send a fax? With one push of a button, you'll receive a toll-free fax number that you can use for up to 24 hours. Once you receive a fax, Fax Burner will notify you, store the fax on your phone, and forward a copy to your email inbox. Note: the service is limit to US phone numbers. Works with both Android and iOS devices.
Ken Burns's app offers a wonderful array of his iconic PBS series. You'll see scenes from Baseball, Jazz, the Civil War and more. The app works best on an IPad with retina display. The app is free, but there is a cost in you want advanced options.
A staple of American dictionaries, the Merriam-Webster dictionary app features an array of practical tools, such as voice search and audio pronunciations. The content, which is from the Collegiate Dictionary, includes synonyms and antonyms, quick definitions, sample sentences and fun components, i.e.the word of the day. Works with both Android and iOS.
Need to cite a source? RefMe, a citation generator will cite books, webpages, articles, videos and more. Just scan the barcode or copy and paste the source and the app will automatically create the bibliographic citation. The free app can cite in multiple formats, e.g. APA, Harvard, MLA, Turabian and more. Works with both Android and iOS.