Txtr became the leading company ever to launch a reading app based on Adobe DRM. The app has multi-language feature intended for international users. With the application in Windows 8 tablets and personal computers, users can visit one of the 17 local eBook stores operated by Txtr. The application helps users in French, Spanish, Italian, English and German to access their personal library in the cloud and read PDF eBooks or ePub books.
In 2 months, the developers of Txtr app hope to add Polish, Dutch and Danish to the app. The advantage is that the app connects seamlessly with reading platform for cloud and as well synchronizes with bookmarks and eBooks as well. Significantly in a short period Txtr has garnered more than 1 million users cutting across different countries, languages and eReading platforms. This is a milestone in the annals of Txtr according to a press release from the company.
For the first time, book lovers will also get access to order books from a large multi-language eBook catalog in seventeen countries throughout the world. All the books can be read on tablets, PCs that have Windows 8 operating systems in their devices or computers. While this was on, Txtr had also improved the app for Mac computers and older computers running on Windows 7. This makes the app unique in the sense that it is now the leader as far as platform compatibility for OS across Europe is concerned.
The Windows 8 app Txtr can be downloaded without any cost in the Windows-Store as well as at http://www.txtr.com website. Those who wish to access Txtr service can use a Facebook account to gain access to their services. Alternatively it is also possible to log in by giving your email. In addition you will also like the two channels where you will be recommend books to read. The two channels are “Most Popular” and “New Releases.” Significantly you don’t have to make a separate registration at Adobe, which is done at Txtr itself.
Numerous hardware manufacturers are also offering the app on OEM or in the stores section. Windows 8 also preloads the app in their packaging. To offer the app Txtr has tied up with seven of the ten top established device makers from all over the world. In keeping with their policy of backward integration Txtr is has also announce a different version of the app that will be compatible with Windows 7 and Mac computers. Readers have the option to personalize their reading experience by adjusting text size, background colors and brightness.
A unique feature of the app is that it can adjust to reading position according to the device types through the cloud which allows for synchronizing books and bookmarks. During the announcement of the app to public, the VP in charge of products and projects at Txtr said that their objective was to give users an opportunity to use the app on whatever operating system they may be using. He also said that Txtr last year focused on building a vast store house of great eBook titles numbering in excess of 800,000 without counting the free ones for which access is allowed free of cost.