The German app developer txtr released a new version of its Android app today.

Txtr 4.0 brings new stability, behind the scene tweaks, and a new user interface. Users can now use the new app take notes in their eBooks, which the app will syn across all txtr apps and the user’s account on the txtr website. Txtr was also pleased to announced that its ebookstore now has over 50 thousand German language titles. It’s not as much as Kobo, but it’s still more than the German Kindle Store.

Txtr was last in the news a couple months ago, when I revealed that it had been bought by 3M, the multinational manufacturing company.  3M invested in txtr as part of the 3M Cloud Library, a new digital library platform.

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