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How to Download Nook eBooks Now That B&N has Removed the Option | The eBook Reader Blog

It looks like B&N is intent on ticking off what little Nook customers they have left. Lots of reports are coming out online, and in Barnes and Noble’s own Nook support forum, about how B&N has removed the option to download Nook ebooks to a computer for backup from their website. Many people are reacting negatively to this, but the truth is there are still several ways to download Nook ebooks t...

Barnes & Noble Launches New e-Textbook App - Yuzu | The Digital Reader

Barnes & Noble quietly launched the beta version of a new digital textbook app earlier this month. It's called Yuzu, and it is currently available for the iPad and for web browsers. Yuzu is a digital education platform that Barnes & Noble says is going to "make the everyday learning experience remarkably gratifying". Few details are available at this time, but B&N says that the new platform wil...

Book Apps For iPad: iPad/iPhone Apps AppGuide

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Kindle vs. Nook vs. iPad: Which e-book reader should you buy? - CNET

With ultraaffordable e-ink readers, midprice color tablets like the Nexus 7, iPad Mini, and Kindle Fire HD, and even the more expensive iPads all vying for your e-book dollar, what's the best choice for you? Editors' note: This story was first published in July 2010, and has been extensively updated, most recently on December 17, 2012. At first glance, the task seems daunting -- there are more ...

Barnes & Noble's iPad App: The iPad Ebook War Just Got Real(er)

Barnes & Noble's free eReader app is here, and shockingly, it's probably the best ebook app on the iPad, for now. As specumalated in yesterday's Giz Explains, Barnes & Noble is coming out with an iPad… It's kind of a cross between Apple's iBooks app and Amazon's Kindle app, bringing the best (and worst) of both into a single app, with a few extra features from the nook. • Like Kindle, it's part...

Best iPad and iPhone book-reading apps you should be using in 2018

It’s worth checking out a few book-reading apps before making a decision which one will be of primary use on your iPad or iPhone There are hundreds of thousands of iPad and iPhone apps in every category at the iTunes App Store. Just like photo apps (I bet you’ve downloaded more than one), you can use a few book-reading apps, not one. There is no need to limit yourself to a single app. Especiall...

A quick guide to reading books on Samsung Galaxy Tab

Users buy tablets to play games, watch movies, or dive into social media. However, your Samsung Galaxy Tab is also a ready-to-open door to the exciting world of ebooks. Just like you spend some time on learning most important features and apps of the new tablet, you’ll also want to do this to find the reading solution that suits your needs best. There are two ways to read ebooks on Samsung Gala...

Best Tablets for eReading - Top 5 Tablets List

Instead of making this a top 5 list like with the Best eBook Readers page, I decided since there are so many tablets on the market it would be better to put together a quick guide to help you determine the best tablets for ereading, along with my top five picks for this year. The first and most important thing to consider when buying a new tablet is how you or the person you are giving it to in...

Quick guide to using iPhone as e-reader

In this post I’ll share usage tips to get you started and explore flexibility the iPhone adds to reading experience. This gives you the chance to instantly read books at any time and place you want – even if you haven’t planned it. Reading on the iPhone in a subway or while waiting for a bus can seriously increase the amount of time you devote to book reading. Just like a habit (conditioned ref...

How do I get a .mobi ebook onto my Kindle? - Ask Leo!

".mobi" format is the native format for books used on Amazon Kindle reading devices. I'll show you how to get that ".mobi" book you just downloaded from your PC to your Kindle. Turns out there are at least two different ways to get that book onto your Kindle. And then of course you can also read the book without a Kindle device at all. Not everyone realizes it, but every Kindle activated with a...

Barnes & Noble Nook App for iPhone and iPad Review

One of the major benefits of using your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch as your platform for reading ebooks is that you're not locked into a single app and store as you are with the Kindle and Nook hardware. While Apple may promote its iBooks app as the best reading experience on the iOS, if you prefer Amazon's Kindle app or Barnes & Noble's Nook app, or want to use all three, you're able to do so. ...

Known problem with certain Audible books and Apple devices | AppleVis

Submitted by Blindcat on 23 July, 2014 and last modified on 26 February, 2017 I had a couple of short story collections from Audible that would begin stuttering or that would just cut out after a certain point. I sent in a problem report to audible and they sent me a response that all Apple devices up to and including the newest iOS devices have a limitation of file size with audio tracks, the ...

Will I be able to transfer my downloaded … - Apple Community

To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. I am considering purchasing an ipad 2 (can't really see the need to get the biggest and baddest...lol). I presently have a Nook Tablet with about 220 books downloaded to it. Will I be able to transfer these books to the ipad or am I basically starting over? With the ipad, are the books in the library free or will I be buying books all ...

How do I read a Kindle book if I don't have a Kindle?

Amazon has made Kindle reading applications available for FREE on most popular platforms. It seems that every time that I turn around, someone's talking about Kindle. Good for you, but what about those of us that can't afford a Kindle, or just don't want one? OK, I totally made that question up, basing it on what I expect a lot of people to be saying as more and more publishers begin producing ...

Smashwords – About Smashwords — Support FAQ

How to use this FAQ:  If you're new to Smashwords, we recommend reading from the beginning to the end in sequential order, because this will help you get the most out of the Smashwords platform.   If you're a Smashwords veteran, click to the specific area that interests you. How to Publish and Distribute Ebooks with Smashwords Distributing Via Smashwords (Apple, B&N, OverDrive, Scribd, Kobo, Ga...