There seems to be hundreds of eBook converters out there. We’ve covered a few here and there, including Calibre. Most eBook converters are too complicated for most users or just don’t do the job justice. However, a few eBook converter called e2PUB is a web app that quickly converts a variety of formats in minutes. It’s easy to use and does a bang up job in the process. Currently, e2PUB supports the following Input Formats: .doc, .docx, .epub, .fb2, .html, .lit, .lrf, .mobi, .odt, .pdb, .pdf, .prc, .rtf and .text It also supports the following Output Formats: .epub (IDPF/EPUB), .fb2
Lexcycle’s Stanza is a freeware eReader for computers and mobile devices that made a splash in the winter of 2011 but soon fell off the radar. While Lexcycle’s web site no longer exists, the stable release of Stanza is still available through a variety of download web sites. Stanza was originally developed by Amazon who owns Lexcycle but with the success of the Kindle and its take off, it seems Amazon has left this simple program to bite the dust. Stanza is available for the following operating systems: Windows, Mac OS X and iOS (iPod, iPhone and iPad). It can
If you are a least bit interested in reading, its a given that you would use your Android smart phone for the purpose. So, you are all set to go into ebook reading but can’t decide which ereader to use? There are several ereader apps available in the Google Play store and going through them one by one is a daunting task. To make your choice easier, we’ve rounded up the best ereader apps from the Google Play store to help you decide which one you to install on your Android devices. Most of these ereader apps are available for free,
Have you every longed to make your own books for the iPad? The kind that do more than sit on the page. The kind that people can touch, interact with and treat like a real media experience, you know, the good ones. Well if you have then you’re in luck. There is a free app designed to help you out. The question is, can this app really be any good? Today we’re going to find out together. First off, the App is not shockingly, Mac only. Sorry PC users, but you’ll have to find your own app, this one’s not
If you have an Amazon Kindle, how much have you spent on eBooks? Did you know you could download a number of eBooks for free? There are a variety of resources online to download free, legal eBooks for your Kindle. You can even send documents to your device for free if you have the right formats available of books you want to read. We have already seen how we can send webpages to your device. If you are still paying for eBooks, you have a lot to turn learn about how to save money and still keep up with your reading habit.