After agreeing on a partnership with Microsoft last month, Barnes & Noble launches its Nook reading app for Windows 8 and Windows RT today. The app, which is available for free, allows Windows 8 users to view Barnes & Noble’s list of books, magazines, newspapers, and comics. Users can even shop from over three million titles including New York Times bestsellers, new releases, and the hottest newsstand issues.
On the other hand, if you love comic books and graphic novels, the Nook reading app is a grazing land and home to top publishers like DC, Marvel, Archie, VIZ, and Dark Horse Comics. Nook for Windows 8 also lets users customize their reading experience with different fonts, line spacing, and themes. The app also syncs automatically to the last page being read on a tablet or PC so users can continue their reading in a breeze. The Barnes & Noble Nook reading app for Windows 8 is available at the Windows Store.
Next Story: Sprint ZTE Flash officially announced
- 2014-04-02: Microsoft: Japanese Bank Upgrades 30,000 Terminals To Windows 8 From Windows XP
- 2014-04-02: Windows Start Menu Really Coming Back
- 2014-04-01: Users Migrating From Windows XP Prefer Windows 7 Over Windows 8
- 2014-03-23: Microsoft "Strongly" Encouraging OEMs To Bundle OneNote With Windows 8.1
- 2014-03-19: Former Firefox Developer Explains Mozilla's Decision To Drop Its Modern UI Project
- 2014-02-10: Barnes & Noble Fired Nook Engineering Staff [Rumor]
- 2014-01-09: Barnes & Noble Sees Dismal Nook Sales During Holiday Season
- 2013-08-20: Barnes & Noble Continue To Work On NOOK Tablets
- 2013-06-06: Barnes & Noble NOOK Snaps Unveiled
- 2012-04-30: Microsoft announces $300 million strategic partnership with Barnes & Noble