Windows 8, 10 Reading List App Gets New Features

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Microsoft has a tool built into Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 that lets you subscribe to websites and enjoy the content that you want from your tablets. Now, a new update has been released, so read below to find more about it.
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Not so long ago, we were sharing with you the news that the latest update to the Windows Reading List app for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 users has finally brought a fix to annoying “not working” issues. Now, Microsoft has released another improvement for the app that we have discovered in the release notes on the Windows Store.

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Subscribe to your favorite content with the Windows Reading List app

Do you ever run out of time to read articles or watch videos you’ve found online? With Reading List, you can easily track and manage all of the content you want to get back to later in a beautiful display. You can share content to your list from the web or from other apps and easily come back to it when you have more time. Whatever you like to read or watch, the app makes it easy to save, find and get back to things you like, listing content you’ve saved in chronological order.

According to the changelog of the latest version of the Windows 8 Windows Reading List app, now you can categorize items within the app or right when you add them to your list. Also, it provides the ability to share content from the app with others via social networking accounts. So, don’t wait any longer and download the latest version in case you are not already running it.

Download Windows Reading List for Windows 8

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