3 Good e-book reader apps for Windows
eBook reader apps in the Windows Store
Microsoft Edge in Windows 10 Mobile ‘Creators Update’ comes with a built-in eBook reader, while the Windows Store has a new section allowing you to purchase books. However, some of you may prefer a standalone е-book reader on Windows phone. There are many apps in the Store that opens a variety of popular file types, so you can start reading on the go. Here are 3 of the best apps:
Fly Reader is a UWP app that works on PC, Mobile, Xbox One and Windows Holographic. The app supports many book formats such as EPUB, fb2, txt and more. You can import e-books from the phone, the SD card or OneDrive. Fly Reader supports text-to-speech, and Continuum in Windows 10 Mobile. The app is free, plus in-app purchases.
This is a popular ebook reader, originally launched for Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8.1. The app comes with a built-in public catalog, but you can easily import your own books. You can adjust font, background color, search in the text, create bookmarks & highlights. If you create an account at bookviser.com, you can backup your books with notes and bookmarks.
Freda comes with a free online catalog of more than 50,000 classic books. Supported formats you can import are EPUB, Fb2, HTML and TXT. With Freda you can customize controls, fonts, colors, and other features. The app supports text-to-speech, annotations and bookmarks. Freda is a free app, supported by ads you can remove for a small fee.