Kobo for Android gets updated with support for extra languages, more Facebook integration

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Kobo for Android gets updated with support for extra languages, more Facebook integration

App updates are always nice, right? Well, if you're an avid user of Kobo's intellectual offerings on Android handsets and slates, you'll be happy to know the all-things-eReader service has rolled out a fresh update to its eBooks application. Most notably, this new version brings support for an array of new languages within the app, such as French, Italian, Dutch, German and Spanish. That's not it, however, and in addition to gaining a "multi-language experience," Kobo's eBooks application now also offers an in-book progress indicator, a two-page landscape view for folks using tablets and the ability to share current readings with friends on Facebook or Kobo Pulse. As usual, you'll find the refreshed goods inside Google's Play store, link for that is down below.

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Kobo's Android App goes global!

With more than 9-million users around the world, Kobo is committed to delivering the best eReading experience to its users – and doing it on virtually any device. As the only pure-play eReading company, Kobo continues to deliver on its promise to get more people reading – anytime, any place!

Now, with its new Android app for smartphones and tablets, people now get a multi-language experience in English, French, Spanish, Italian, German or Dutch! We're truly international!

Additional features included in this fab update now give users in France, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, and Germany:

Facebook Timeline integration – as the only official eReading partner of Facebook, Kobo users can share what they're reading with friends and family.
Kobo Pulse – create conversations with other readers within your favourite books.
2-page landscape view for tablets – rest those fingers with the ability to view two pages just like a real book.

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