Lo-Fi eReader App Brings Digital Books To The Developing World

Lo-Fi eReader App Brings Digital Books To The Developing World
technology

Over 1 billion non-smartphone users can have access to free e-books through Worldreader's new platform.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 9 april 2012

Since its inception in 2009, American literary non-profit organization Worldreader has shared over 75,000 e-books to underprivileged students in sub-Saharan Africa in line with their vision of providing books to as many people as possible through new technology. Their recent efforts now highlight a special e-reading app designed specifically for non-smartphones or Javascript-enabled “feature phones.”

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