Select the right eReader file format for your reading device
|The beauty of eReading is convenience. Carry around as many new books as you want – on the train, to work, to a café, or on vacation!
Amazon Kindle need Kindle formatted eBooks, while other eReaders support several file formats. For this reason we offer books in 4 file formats;
Kindle, MOBI, ePUB and PDF.
|The ePUB file format can display on most eReading devices except the Amazon Kindle. More than 180 models support the ePUB format, all from tablet PCs, computers and SmartPhones, Kobo eReader, Blackberry Playbook, Apple’s iBooks and iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, Barnes & Noble Nook, Sony Reader, Adobe Digital Editions,WordPlayer on Android, Freda on Windows Mobile and more!||PDF is a standard for document distribution online, but not much used in eReaders, as the text does not “flow”. But some devices support this format, including: Mobipocket, iRex iLiad, iRex DR1000, Sony Reader, Bookeen Cybook, Foxit eSlick, Barnes & Noble Nook, Apple iPad, PocketBook Reader, Bebook Neo and the Kobo eReader. On iPad, there are eReaders such as Stanza, iBook, FlipReader and more.|
|Amazon Kindle Version (below) or
MOBI (Kindle readable) format
|Go To The ePUB eBooks Store||Go To The PDF eBooks Store|