Users of Barnes & Noble’s Nook app on iOS will love to hear that the app has just been updated to version 3.3.0. The key feature of the new update is the support for Apple’s VoiceOver accessibility feature which helps people with reading disabilities. This also means that the Nook app is now in par with Apple’s very own iBooks, previously the only iOS e-reader app that can read aloud content on books.
Version 3.3.0 also includes the nifty screen magnifier or zoom which also aids those with vision problems. Zoom isn’t just about increasing the font size, it also has buttons, icons, and other functionalities that users can operate on their iOS device. That’s not all. The Nook app on iOS now also supports iPhone 5 and more languages including British English, French, Italian, German and Spanish. The update also brings U.K. NOOK Books and Magazines support.
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