While Kobo doesn’t seem to have an eBook reader for the Windows Phone operating system yet, it looks like the company already has plans for the Windows 8 version of its app. The company recently announced on its blog that it will be developing Metro-style apps for Windows 8, so those of you who plan to pick a Windows 8 tablet won’t have to worry about not having the Kobo reader on the device. Now how about Kobo release an official app for all the Windows Phone users out there? Who here users Kobo over the competition (i.e. Kindle, Barnes & Noble, Google Books et) when it comes to reading eBooks?
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