We all know that Adobe Reader is a multiplatform reading software, including on Microsoft’s mobile operating system called Windows Phone 7, but there are some books which can’t be found in the PDF format so you require an alternative app to read them. Luckily though, Bookviser lets you read ePub, TXT and FB2 eBooks on Windows Phone 7 if you like doing this on Microsoft’s mobile device.
Many of us are very attached to our ebook readers. Some are preferring to read as much as they can on these devices. And this can be understood because these gadgets are offering a very relaxant way of reading anything, anytime and in any place. Therefore, there are people which would enjoy reading different webpages directly on their ebook readers. But how would that be possible?
Are you curious to find out how you can transfer PDF and EPUB files on a Windows Phone device?
Some other files, except music and video, could be transferred on a Windows Phone device so it could be used offline. The most interesting files, except those mentioned above, are the EPUB and PDF files. And this trasnfer can be done as long as you will use some cloud services.
Transfer an EPUB books and PDF files in Windows Phone
Before starting you should know that Adobe has offered Adobe Reader for Windows Phone 7, since its beginnings. Any PDF which can be found in… Continue to How to Transfer Epub and PDF Files in Windows Phone
This is a tutorial on how to convert epub to mobi
There are two main ebook formats: epub and mobi. They have been created in order for pocket pc’s and large screen smartphones to be able to display ebooks. They are optimized for these devices because, no matter how large is their diplay, reading a normal display is not just as easy as when doing on a computer monitor.
ePub is the format preferred by most publishers because, first of all, it is an open format, and, secondly, it uses the XHTML technology in order to display the ebooks… Continue to Epub to Mobi Convert