Blind and partially sighted people can now ask Alexa to access thousands of RNIB audiobooks.
Customers of the Royal National Institute of Blind People’s (RNIB) Talking Books library will now be able to access their audiobooks through Alexa, as well as through the RNIB’s usual library service.
All you need to say is “Alexa, open RNIB Talking Books” to access all your audiobooks.
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