How many of you own Kobo Touch eReader? The company has made a couple of announcements you might find interesting. Taking into account user feedbacks, Kobo has launched a software update for its Touch Reader, which includes a redesigned homescreen, Wishlist and Bookshelf function.
Kobo says the redesigned homescreen gives enhanced e-reading experience. The new Wishlist feature will let you keep track of all your favorite titles and set aside titles for future purchase.
The update also includes new custom Bookshelf, which helps you organize selections by genre, author and interest.
Improvements have been made in the Kobo Desktop as well. Kobo has fine tuned the profile quiz so that it gets to know your reading style better and recommend books to suit your taste.
The company’s Touch eReader is on its way to Italy, thanks to the Mondadori Group. At launch, 30,000 titles will be available in Italian. The e-reader will be available this fall in Mondadori stores and online for €99.