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Readmill Introduces Redesigned Explore Section Featuring Handpicked Books

Readmill, my e-reading app of choice, has just received another notable update, just a couple of weeks after the previous one. The previous one, if you'll recall, introduced community highlights and simple highlighting to Readmill. In addition, it added a new mysterious fall reading list in the app's Explore section, with each free book handpicked by Readmill community manager Lisa Sanchez. Now, the latest update to Readmill effectively redesigns Explore to feature a selection of free books, handpicked still by Sanchez, across several categories. For its inaugural installment, the revamped Explore includes the following categories: Innovation ("New perspectives in technology and design"), On Writing ("Guidance and inspiration for writers"), Brief & Brilliant ("Short stories and novellas to thrill and delight"), Love & Longing ("From tragic to comic to complicated, love in its many forms"), and Childhood in Literature ("Unforgettable adventures of young heroes and heroines"). The previous update to Readmill also added support for importing ePubs or PDFs directly from Dropbox. Now, the latest update to the app also fixes a crash on iOS 6 that occurs when using Dropbox import. It also fixes an issue that causes .acsm files previously opened in other apps to not be imported into Readmill. Also including other bug fixes and the ability to add DRM accounts in the settings section, the new version of Readmill is available now in the App Store for free. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 6.0 or later. For more information on the app, check out Shelf Control: Get Started With Readmill And Learn How To Add Books To Your Library and Shelf Control: Get Ready To Conquer Your E-Reading Pile With Readmill.
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