txtr has released a multi-language Windows 8 ereading app with full support for Adobe DRM.
The company was the first to launch Adobe DRM based reading apps for iOS and Android and recently unveiled a new, low-cost ereader called the Beagle.
The free Windows 8 app allows users in English, French, German, Spanish and Italian to access their personal cloud library, to read ePub or PDF eBooks on Windows 8 tablets and PCs or visit one of the firm’s 17 local eBook stores.
The apps allow users to personalize the reading experience in terms of font size, margins, brightness and background colours. Books, bookmarks and reading position are automatically synched across all devices through the txtr cloud. Reading in flight mode is also possible.
“By offering apps for all the leading operating systems available today, we do not limit the reading pleasure to just a single device”, says Ulf Stahrenberg, VP Product and Project Management at txtr.
“We have focused last year on building great apps whilst we grew our multi-lingual catalogue to over 800,000 eBook titles. This excludes the countless number of free eBooks that our users have access to.”
The new txtr Windows 8 app is available in the Windows Store and on www.txtr.com,