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Freda, an eBook Reader has released a new update for its Windows 10 app today. The update is available to download in the Microsoft Store. The latest update improves the user experience for selecting text along with adding a new section for regularly used settings.

Freda, which is a free program for reading electronic books, provides users with access to more than 50,000 public domains for free of cost and supports reading DRM free eBooks in EPUB, FB2, HTML and TXT formats. The eBook also supports text to speech reading and integration with OneDrive and DropBox and more.

The update also comes with its share of Bug fixes and performance improvements to the application. The company has also launched its app for Android users making it easy for users on both Android and Windows to sync between the platforms.

The latest update to the Freda eBook Reader app is available for download and you can get it by updating the app by clicking on the below Microsoft Store link.

Download Freda eBook Reader app for Windows 10

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