Windows doesn’t natively support the ebook’s ePub and mobi format. Here are some of the best ebook readers for Windows you can use to read ebooks.
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There are a few good websites that offer free eBooks for download without violating the law. Here are 6 of them where you can get eBooks free of charge.
Finding the perfect eBook reader can be quite tedious. In the article we have chosen some of the best eBook readers for Android, and they’re all free.
Are you a bookworm? Here are some tools for you to track your reading habits, get tailored recommendations and connect with other bibliophiles.
If you’re an avid reader and would like to update your e-books with beautiful book covers, here’s a step-by-step guide to add book cover in Calibre.
If you love to read books a lot, you will be glad to know that you can read on your Mac as well. Here are some of the best eBook readers for Mac.
Creating an ebook is not as difficult as you think. This tutorial shows you how to make ebook using Calibre on Linux. It should work in Mac and Windows too.
As ebooks become more popular, more people are reading from their computers rather than from a physical book. If you are one of those who prefer to read your EPUB books online, here are some options for you.
While Kindle is the most popular e-reader currently on the market, that doesn’t mean you have to stick to it. There are no shortage of options to solve your reading needs, you just need to know where to find them. Here are some of the alternative ways to read ebooks other than on the Kindle.
Even though there’s a wealth of online information about Linux available on the Internet, one of the best ways to learn is still a good old-fashioned book. Well, not completely old-fashioned. Many of these Linux books are available in electronic formats. The following is a list of five Linux books that every enthusiast should read.
Apple had an education event in late January in New York that allowed any company to dip their foot in the textbook industry. This was through the release of iBooks 2, a more textbook focused iBooks app than the previous version, for the iPad. In addition, Apple released iTunes U for iPhone, allowing individuals to […]
Just in case catching up with your reading wasn’t easy enough on the Kindle apps for iOS and Mac, Amazon has made it even easier. Previously, iOS apps turned the iPhone and iPad into Kindles, and allowed the same reading experience on a Mac. Now they have taken the experience one step further. It’s not […]
If you own an ebook reader, the popular Kindle Fire or NOOK Color, I am sure that you won’t want to read your PDF files on it. PDF is a great file format for printing and sharing documents that don’t require edits, but for ebook reading, it is definitely not the preferred format. Amazon Kindle […]
The wonderful thing about iPads is that they can do (almost) everything. Not only can they simulate having a real computer, they can also simulate an e-reader. Along with having general apps to do this such as the Kindle app or iBooks, there is also McSweeney’s, an reading app that has the feel of sitting […]
Be it the Kindle device or the Kindle app for your PC, iPhone, iPad or Android, there is no doubt that Amazon has provided a quick and good platform for most of us to buy, download and read ebooks. The problem is, if you are located outside of United States, you will find that you […]
I am the proud owner of a brand new Amazon Kindle Wi-Fi (a.k.a. Kindle 3). This sleek graphite device is great when I want to read at home or on the move. The size and weight are just perfect and even after holding it for a few hours I can barely feel it resting on […]
n this final part of the Layout a Book series, you will learn how to position illustrations, use paragraph styles, and export in different formats.