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    Even the thickest PC is lighter than a stack of books, but picking a reading app on Windows 10 isn't cut and dry.

    Reading books on electronic devices as about as mainstream as reading off of ink and paper, but picking an ecosystem to read your books on can be challenging. You have to weigh your decision based on the devices you own, what you plan to buy, and the type of content that you'd like to read. In addition to picking an ecosystem or setup that works for you, having an app to read your content is essential.

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    05-14-2018 09:10 AM
  2. saatvik22's Avatar
    The Kindle app, of course, is for me the best choice. Kindle for PC is not a bad app, it may be better than many of the Windows Store options. The application is fluid and intuitive. The only problem is that you can not import or read ePubs (although you can import and read PDF files).
    05-15-2018 10:24 AM

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