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Highlight directly in the text, write comments and take notes with your fingers! Mark pages using bookmarks! Export notes to a separate file and send them by e-mail. This includes slight changes with the bookstore button into a persistent navigation bar at the bottom , grouping of books by series in the bookshelf, Auto-night mode theme, as well as small changes to the underlying rendering engine.
On October 20, , Apple bundled version 4.
It was renamed back to iBooks in a next intermittent This format is based upon the EPUB format but depends upon custom widget code in the iBooks app to function.
Users of the application are able to change the font and text size displayed.
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The themes were:   Normal: black text on a white background Sepia: sepia text on an off-white background Night: light grey text on a black background With the introduction of iOS 8 in , an additional "Auto-Night Theme" was introduced, which dynamically changes the theme from 'Normal' or 'Sepia' to 'Night' and vice versa based on the ambient light conditions.
With the introduction of iOS 9 in , a fourth background theme was added: Gray: light grey text on a dark gray background. When selected, the books included in the series are shown in the order in which they were released, including books in the series that the user has not downloadd.
The prices of the undownloadd books are displayed on the upper right corner of the book "ear-marked" in green.
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In Scroll, there is no page turning, and the book appears as continuous text, read vertically like a web browser. Until May  each copy of iBooks used to provide a free copy of Winnie-the-Pooh , the book by A.
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