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myON™ reader adds Android app

Capstone Digital announces the release of an Android app for its flagship solution, myON™ reader.
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Capstone Digital announces the release of an Android app for its flagship solution, myON™ reader.

Available free of charge to existing myON customers, the Android App offers users the ability to choose from a library of more than 4,000 enhanced digital books to download for offline reading. Each title accessed through the new app offers highlighting capabilities as well as an audio and embedded dictionary along with multi-touch gestures like swiping and

For more information, visit: www.TheFutureInReading.com/Mobile.

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