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This app provides access to Learning Ally’s library of human-read audiobooks, offering an extensive selection of books students want and need to read, including bestsellers, classic literature and textbooks. Now students have interactive learning tools geared to help them succeed, including: highlighted text synced with the audio narration, speed control, bookmarking, highlighting, and note-taking.<br><br>Learning Ally membership is required to use this app. Learning Ally is for students with dyslexia or other reading deficits who struggle with decoding, fluency or comprehension, who are blind or visually impaired, or who have a physical disability that prohibits them from reading standard print. <br><br>If you need help getting started with the Learning Ally Audiobook App, please call our Customer Care team at 800-221-4792 or visit LearningAlly.org/Contact-Us to email us.
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I have never left a review for an app before now. First, thank you for all of the aid your organization gives to those of us who suffer from learning disabilities. Your app truly helps. That being said, the most recent update has made the app very difficult to use. Every time I download a book that should take mere MBs, the app storage increases by 15 to 20 GB. If I delete the book, the storage is still filled up so I end up having to delete the entire app and start over to download a new book. This was never an issue until the most recent update. Also, the app is glitching. It freezes or has a delayed response when I interact with the user interface. Another issue that I am now experiencing is that the audio playback stops every few minutes, and sometimes the app will even log me out mid-reading. I now have to re-log in on average three times for every hour of listening. Please fix the bugs! The app worked perfectly before. I will definitely change the rating to 5-star if the glitches are fixed!
Thank you to everyone that has put together Learning Ally. Never apologize for anything (dyslexia/mass email) to anyone ungrateful for the thoughtful gesture. This is really helping me get through school. I only have 2 problems with it though. 1. Playback stops every 5 pages (about) 2. The readers sometimes pronounce character names differently and it’s distracting. I think if multiple people are going to read they should agree on how to pronounce everything. I’m less than 100 pages into a book I have to read for school and I’m distracted because I’ve had to listen to 4-5 different pronunciations of the same character’s name (this is an essential character too) and sometimes the reader(s) mispronounces other common words.
I have used Learning Ally for the last 10 or so years and have been a huge proponent of it with my dyslexia students at school. However, the new learning ally app that was released a few ago, for iPhone, is pathetic. It does not remember your place in the book, which I’ve tried to address with the company, every time the phone screen is locked, there are constant interruptions. I’m not satisfied with the company’s response. Everyone on the phone is nice and respectful but they offer no hope for fixing the issues. This is a problem with the software developers. My recommendation is new developers. Sorry but sincere. I’ve just deleted the app from my device for the first time in years. Please fix this. It’s sad for me to share these problems with my students, fellow teachers and parents. Many depend on this historic app.
I am a long time user of Learning Ally. I go back to the RFB&D days with daisy readers. I used to love using the old app because i could crank up the classic audio rate to a high speed such as 300%, which is very important for getting reading and work done efficiently. As I am dyslexic, I can’t sit down and read a book at 600+ wpm, but I prefer to listen at such high speeds. Now I feel very limited as it sounds like the top speed is only around 200%, or 2x. I can’t get my work done like I used to and it is very frustrating. Honestly I don’t really care how the app functions or looks as long as I can listen at very high speeds. I hope you can fix this. I’m sure that I am not alone as most other folks with dyslexia who I’ve talked to prefer to listen at high rates as well.
I love that I am able to listen to many of my textbooks on this app. However, lately there have been so many bugs as to make the app functionally useless for me. The app stops playing as soon as the screen goes black when not in use. So, I need to constantly tap the screen so as to keep it from stopping playing, which is not always possible if I’m trying to listen while doing anything other than staring at my phone. Also, every time my phone tilts sideways it restarts the audiobook from The very beginning and I have to go back through to select the page I was on, and restart from the beginning of that page. Sometimes it also takes several times of alternating play/pause before the audiobook starts. I want to love this app, and I appreciate the thought behind it, but it has been more frustration lately than it is helpful.
Developed by Learning Ally.
Learning Ally Audiobooks is ranking in Education & Books
Last update was at Nov 01, 2019and the current version is 4.1.9.
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Learning Ally Audiobooks have a 216a user reviews.
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