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Blio interactive e-reading application finally available to download

It has been months since the Blio e-reading application was first announced, but the wait to download the interactive program is finally over.Just as previously announced, the Blio eReader app was launched today for Windows-based devices.
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Written by Rachel King, Staff Writer on

It has been months since the Blio e-reading application was first announced, but the wait to download the interactive program is finally over.

Just as previously announced, the Blio eReader app was launched today for Windows-based devices. The app brings with it access to a library filled with over a million paid and free titles. The program supports English, French and Spanish currently, but there is a plan to add support for Italian, German and Asian-language options later.

In case you've forgotten, what makes this digital reading application special are the graphics. Blio is a color and image-filled program that can also include hyperlinks and video clips within content. Maybe this will help e-textbooks (and e-cookbooks, like the one pictured above) more mainstream too.

The Blio application can be downloaded from the Blio eReader site now for free.

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