How to Book Braille eBooks on DTDC Booking app

Mashable article DTDc Booking, a leading provider of electronic booking services to businesses, retailers, hotels and other organizations, has just announced a new app called Braille Ebook that will help book books for both adults and children. 

DTDc is also launching a book recommendation tool for the Braille App, which will allow you to sort and rate the books you’ve read. 

The company’s website says the app will “enable you to get book recommendations based on your favorite book titles, the types of books you read, and more.”

The app, called Brailled Book, is free, and is available for both iOS and Android.

It comes with a “Braille-ready” Braille font and will be updated on a regular basis. 

According to the company’s announcement, the new Brailled app will be available on all iOS and Google Play stores starting on November 21.

 DTC also said that it will launch a Braille-friendly eBook store called Brailed Book for its customers.

DTD is offering up to 30 percent off the purchase of a Brailled book with the purchase, and the discount is valid for the first 30 days. 

Brailled Book will offer a wide range of books, including the following: The Complete Book of Life, by Stephen Hawking (Kindle edition) The Complete Book on the Universe, by John W. Campbell (Kindles edition)The Book of Stories, by Carl Sagan (Kindlets edition)A Book of Magic, by Richard Dawkins (Kindled editions)The Bible, by Thomas Paine (Kindlet edition) The Encyclopedia of the Universe (eBook)A book of poetry, by Michael Ondaatje (Kindlemount edition)Books from the Amazon Kindle Store. 

 The book of books will also include Braille text and illustrations. 

You can sign up for a free trial of the Brailled App, and you can read more about the company and its book recommendations in a press release. 

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