Freda eBook reader gets improvements on Windows 10
The free eBook reader has been updated for PC & Mobile
If you want to have an access to many eBooks for free, or read your own ones, then the Freda EPUB Reader is worth trying. It’s a Universal Windows App, working on PC, Mobile and HoloLens. The app has just been updated in the store with some new features and improvements.
The new version of Freda offers a better way to select text, and has a new section for frequently used settings. Along with the above mentioned changes, the app got some under the hood improvements and fixes.
Windows 10 has a built-in ebook reader in Microsoft Edge, but third-party apps in the store have more options and support a wider variety of files.
Freda also has a version of Android, so you can sync your reading experience across platforms.
Download the app from Microsoft Store.
Freda is a free program for reading electronic books (ebooks) on Windows. Read over 50,000 public domain classic books, free of charge, from Feedbooks, Gutenberg and other on-line catalogs. Or read your own (DRM-free) books in the supported formats: EPUB, FB2, HTML and TXT. The program offers customisable controls, fonts and colours, plus annotations and bookmarks, and the ability to look up dictionary definitions and translations, and (new feature) text-to-speech reading. Freda understands EPUB formatting information (bold/italic text, margins and alignment) and can display images and diagrams in books. Freda can get books from on-line catalogs like Feedbooks, Smashwords and the Gutenberg Project. Or if you have an existing book collection, you can use OneDrive, DropBox or Calibre to share it with your phone. Freda can also download books from any website and from email attachments. You can download books and keep them on your phone, so you can carry on reading when you don’t have network connectivity, and you can pin your favourite books to the Start page.