The free Windows 8 Reader app also allows you to share any particular section from any article you are reading. You can copy any section of the article you are reading in this app. Then you can send it over mail to anyone.
Read Articles using this free Windows 8 Reader app
Comfy Reader allows you to read articles from over the Web. In order to use this functionality, you have to first open the particular article you want to read. Now, you should keep in mind that you should use only the Internet Explore static Tile that comes on your Windows 8 Start screen. Any other Desktop browser won’t work with Comfy Reader.
In order to view the article in Comfy Reader, we have to first to use the Windows Share Charm. Share Charm will show you a number of options, from which you have to choose ‘Comfy Reader’. Then the Comfy Reader will open that article, trimming the extra part of the article and showing you only the textual part.
Employ Comfy Reader to Copy and Share articles
You can also make use of this free Windows 8 Reader app to copy any particular section or part of the article, and share it with anyone.
For using this particular function of Comfy Reader, just Select the part you want to copy and copy it. Then using the Windows Share Charm, open up your Integrated account. There, paste that particular copied text. Now you can send this selected text to anyone.
You can also share the whole article using the same Share Charm.
Key Features of Comfy Reader
- Nice and User Friendly Interface: Using this free Windows 8 Reader app is quite easy.
- Free availability: The Reader is freely available at Productivity section of Windows Store.
- Support for Textual Data: The free Windows 8 Reader app shows only the textual data of the article you want to read, hiding other parts.
- Copy and Share Articles: You can copy and share particular part or the entire article over E-Mail by using the Share Charm of Windows.
My Verdict on Comfy Reader
To conclude, I would like to say that this Free Windows 8 Reader app is quite nice. Its interface is quite nice. It allows anyone to open any article in it, but there is a condition that it can’t view any article from any of your Desktop app. For me, it worked for the Internet Explorer app available on the Start Screen of the Windows. It did not even open any articles that I opened using Internet Explore that is available on My Desktop. Otherwise, for the rest part, it is quite nice. I would really recommend you using it.