New in the latest update to Freda is a "better" user experience for selecting text, as well as a new section for frequently used settings. Of course, the usual batch of general performance and stability improvements are tagging along in this update as well.
While Microsoft Edge already serves as a built-in way to read eBooks in Windows 10, Freda is notable for providing access to more than 50,000 public domain classics for free. The app also supports reading your own DRM-free eBooks in EPUB, FB2, HTML, and TXT formats. Other features include text-to-speech reading, OneDrive and DropBox integration, organization tools, and more.
The update to Freda's Windows 10 app also comes alongside the launch of Freda for Android. The two offer up the same reading experience, and you can sync your progress between both versions.
If you want to give Freda a shot, you can grab the Windows 10 app for free now from the Microsoft Store.
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