Sunday, September 19, 2010

E-Readers And How To Get Them Working For You

Trying to get an e-book to an iPad or any other device (Sony e-reader, Nook, Kindle) can be difficult, but with this is simple program Calibre e-book management, reading your books from your devices will be harmonious. 

What i like the most about Calibre is that it has a very simple interface that anyone can use, and it also can convert many of the popular formats such as PDF and EPUB with just a couple of clicks. It even searches a database that will help tag your files as well as find cover art and creates a separate file so that you can keep your original file and upload it to your device.

If you are using any iOS device (iPad, iPhone, iTouch), just open iTunes.  Go to file, select add file to library, sync to your device, and that's it. The best part is that Calibre is free and is available on Windows, OSX, and Linux.


Below is a quick guide tour from the creator of Calibre.  For more information, visit the homepage for Calibre: http://calibre-ebook.com/




50 comments:

chasityxo said...

cool thanks!

Biff Tanner said...

Awesome as always thanks.

Freshman said...

wow nice

gooblegobble said...

hmm.. thinking about getting one. thanks for the info

J Mo said...

Thanks for the info! I might pick one of these up

David said...

That's a great program.

TSFan said...

good info, video helped too!

down2brasstax said...

very helpful info. thanks bro

incognito said...

I still read paper books... am I falling behind the technology?

Shane said...

Sounds great

ramrod360 said...

Awesome post, I know somebody who could use this.

Naj said...

whoa! there's a version available for windows! awesome!

thanks!

David Davidson said...

I'll stick to real books thanks.

- Enfermo - said...

thanks for the info

Sweeeeeetas said...

very interesting indeed!

Illya Kuryaki said...

Great, I have been looking for this type of guides to put ebooks in my ipod touch.

Pig Disgusting said...

i'm about to get a kindle. yay.

pigdisgusting.blogspot.com

Mc Uncool said...

i prefer books so much more to those eReaders :P

Saryn said...

Nifty information.

Michele said...

Cool!!Thanks

netz3r0 said...

yee yee pc for me

Jhmw said...

yeaa i really dont get this

UnseenSniper said...

Nice, great tip!

CetaPara said...

If I get a kindle, I'm going to get this prog, thanks. :)

izmeer said...

Thanks for the tip

Joshua said...

Don't think I'll be buying any ebook machines, I'll just use the one on iphone

Viperman said...

I dont use those

Djoni Vejn said...

good information

Executive said...

This is the kind of blog I need. There is a constant PC vs Mac battle at my job. I'm a PC guy.

Cacti said...

Cool stuff.

AnnoNeuvo said...

I never was much for the iProducts, but this was interesting!

DailyDose said...

Digging the blog :)

Mr. Derp said...

Cheers for that.

Laughing Vault said...

useful

Life said...

I've been looking for an app like this, thanks!

Mike
http://lifehackchan.blogspot.com

Collegiate Preps said...

thanks for the info...now just to buy a kindle :D

Jacob said...

awesome program duude

miecak said...

If those things would be a bit cheaper, I might get one.

Monarch said...

Sorry mate, but the odds are that no one, who uses anything developed by apple will be able to find this page. You figure out the reason (protip: it's related to their intelligence levels).

iRetiv said...

wow great tips

iMonei said...

thx for the info

rockStar said...

really nice <3

Nigma said...

Fantastic

delphinium said...

good to see you today

ShredGuitar said...

Ah very nice.

niceonice said...

i finally got it working thanks

Alexander said...

Sounds like an awesome app. Gonna try it when I get around it.

kieve said...

very useful thanks!

poorfags.blogspot.com said...

Mac PC haromony? Impossible. They never work together.

The Alaskan Reviewer said...

so no drag and drop huh?

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