Tech giant offers free ebooks on the web, including a free ‘clever’ one

Tech giant Adobe has announced that it will offer free e-books for anyone who wants to download and print their own.

The Adobe app is available to download for free from the Mac App Store.

This means that anyone with a Mac or PC, as well as Android and iOS devices, can download and use the app.

The free ebook will include a selection of different fonts, images, and graphics, along with short summaries.

The app is intended to be a way for anyone to get their hands on an e-book without spending a penny.

It’s not clear how many people will get their own ebook, although Adobe said it expects about one million downloads a month.

Adobe previously made free eBooks available to users of the Mac platform.

Adobe also offered a Kindle book reader to its Mac Pro line of laptops.

The Kindle app will be available for $3.99 from the Google Play Store on August 20.

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