What is your favorite reading app for Windows 8?
Kiassovi 32 weeks ago
I just switched to Windows 8 (I don't like it, but that's the buit-in OS on my new laptop), but haven't got used to reading eBooks on it. It's ok to read Kindle books with Kindle for win8, but I can't find a good free EPUB reader.
This is what I have found most helpful about how to read eBooks on Win8 (I wonder why it took me so long to reach it.) I just wanna know, what is your favorite reading app for win8, especially for EPUB?
PS: I don't like Nook or Kobo, which always crash when I used them on my win7.
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