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This week, the app has been downloaded more than 30 million times, and the app itself is now available in more than a million languages, with an upcoming Chinese release planned for this year.

The company’s CEO said in a press release that the company aims to make it easier for readers to learn about books through apps.

“We’ve taken a page from the mobile book industry’s playbook by integrating a novel-reading app into the reading app,” said Yann Le Roux, CEO of E-Book Publishing.

“This app is a must-have for those who want to learn more about books and our books.”

Le Roux is also a member of the E-book Writers Alliance, a group of publishers and authors that wants to encourage book publishers to get their apps into the hands of readers.

“This is a great step forward in making books available on more platforms,” said Jennifer R. Nee, a senior vice president of marketing for Waze, which is an app for car drivers.

“It’s not just about putting a reading app in your phone, but also for anyone who wants to learn something about books.”

What makes the app even better is that it is free.

The company has raised more than $20 million from investors including Sequoia Capital and Founders Fund, as well a small team of developers who will be working with the team to bring the app to the public.

In an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek, Le Rou Xe explained the benefits of the app: “People don’t read books, and there are so many options for reading on the web.

But we’re building a platform for people to read more.”

This is not the first time the company has made a foray into app publishing.

Last year, the company announced a book-buying app for Apple Watch called Books on Watch.

Le RouX has said that he hopes to bring more books to the platform in the future.

The company will also continue to expand into the digital publishing world, partnering with authors like James Patterson to publish books on the company’s own digital platforms.

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