Eye Reader @ SequoiasSF

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The Longevity Explorers at the Sequoias San Francisco are introduced to the Eye Reader iPhone app for ease of reading small or dimly lit print.

Members with iPhones are impressed, though the group lacks consensus since some cite their lighted magnifiers and others imagine the light would be annoying if seated next to it in a theater or similar setting.

For iPhone: Eye Reader   For Android: iRead

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from Sequoias, San Francisco circle discussion February 10th, 2016.


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Key words: 
iReader, iRead, low vision aid, magnifier, reading aid