Kobo has upgraded the firmware to its Touch e-reader today! There are a number of new features, including the ability to open different accounts. This is useful in a family setting or if the e-reader is shared between many users. The fonts have also been upgraded to give you a higher resolution experience. You can also make text sharper with custom Font Tuning. Finally, the revamped home screen makes finding books easier, and there is a new feature to pin books to your wishlist and a new French Dictionary.
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