Posted on January 7, 2022 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

The library app Libby has brought books to many a happy bookworm’s fingertips.

Now, OverDrive, which owns the app, is ensuring that even more readers can make use of it.

According to a press release, OverDrive worked with Fable—an accessibility platform powered by people with disabilities—to find ways to make Libby more broadly accessible.

Changes that have been unveiled include, but aren’t limited, to adjustable text size and new lighting options.

Others that are coming this month include voice control improvements and full-screen menus.

OverDrive details all of the changes meant to help Libby’s blind and low-vision users in the press release.

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