DRM is a nuisance, no doubt about that. After all, you should be able to use whatever ebook reader application you want to read the ebooks you've bought. If you happen to own a Kindle device, you'll be pleased to learn that removing DRM from Kindle ebooks you legally purchased is a relatively straightforward affair courtesy of the mighty Calibre ebook suite.
Calibre is one of the best eBook management software available right now, but its strength lies in the abundance of plugins available for it.
This week, we’ll take a look at an interesting plugin called “Beam eBooks.” According to the developer, it allows Calibre to read metadata from Beam eBooks when the user chooses to download or to fetch metadata.
Amazon wants to sell your used ebooks.
It recently won a patent to allow people to hock off their read ebooks on its marketplace.
Of course, ebooks don’t suffer from wear and tear, but think of the resale process as more of a way to transfer your book licences.
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.
I am currently using Aldiko ebook reader app. I like it because it allows me to import pdf ebooks that have been downloaded to my phone from different websites, and organize the books with tags. I also like the options that it gives you like list view or shelf view.
Hi guys , i recently bought a galaxy tab2 7.0 for the soul purpose of reading ebooks. I already have a big library of ebooks (pdf and epub). However i was very dissapointed with theebook reader apps. Kobo, which i liked the most has very bad pdf support and aldiko premium does only save to internal memory and dosnt have highlight possibilities.