Rather than push a dedicated ebook reader, Australian bookseller Dymocks has chosen to follow the tablet route. The company has begun selling the Acer Iconia tablet at selected stores, and offers a free Android app for buying and reading ebooks from its catalogue.
It appears that the sudden explosion of Ebook readers has exposed a real problem in the ebook industry that many of us in the regular tech world are quite familiar with. Namely, proprietary formats that lock you to one vendor (ie, Kindle and Amazon) and the multitude of formats, both open and ...
Version 1.15 of the eBook reader and management software Calibre has been announced on December 13, introducing a major feature called Book Editor. Calibre 1.15 marks the introduction of a very important feature called Book Editor, which allows users to edit any EPUB or AZW3 book formats. ... (read more)
"Epub is an opened ebook format, it's so popular that almost all ereaders support epub
format except kindle devices, kindle format is special for that Kindle have thier native format Mobi/AZW. But readers may purchase ebooks in other bookstores like Google Bookstore or Nook,to expand their reading fun.
Pardon the long, involved question, but I'm considering jumping from iPad to Droid. I have a large number of ebooks in various formats, and I want them all arranged in one location by category, not each format in its separate app.