Feb 5 2013, 1:13pm CST | by Shane McGlaun
If you're using Windows 8 computer and you like to read digital books, magazines, and newspapers, check this out. Barnes & Noble has announced that it has updated the Nook for Windows 8 app. The updated app brings the ability to sign in using your Microsoft account.
The app also allows users to access their reading content from anywhere via the Nook Cloud. With the updated app now supporting the Microsoft account, users no longer need to maintain separate credentials. If you have a Nook account already, you can merge your Microsoft account with your existing Nook account.
The app gives users access to over 3 million books including 1 million free titles. The app includes the top 100 best-selling magazines available via subscription or as a one-time purchase. The app also supports adjustable fonts and spacing among other things.
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