Apple’s iBooks App Gets a Refresh
Apple announced on Tuesday a new version of its iBooks application, the iOS-based software which allows mobile users to read books on their tablets and smartphones. Version 3.0 of the new app comes with a continuous scrolling feature, fuller integration with Apple’s iCloud, Facebook and Twitter integration to share quotes to social networks, and support for 40 languages. To date, more than 400 million iBooks have been downloaded, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook.
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