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    Hi all

    I've decided to download more eBooks/PDFs this year instead of buying text books as they are cheaper and weigh a lot less.

    I primarily use a Mac laptop for writing essays, taking notes etc, but I also own an iPad and android tablet, and a cheap windows tablet.

    Is there an App that allows me to sync eBooks/PDFs between these devices? But also allow me to sync bookmarks, highlights of certain words/paragraphs and allow me to add like small notes, which are all synced together? (I don't need to like draw on/annotate notes, just something like a small pop up box where I can write a few words regarding a particular sentence or something?)

    Many thanks

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