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Calibre v7.8.0
Calibre v7.8.0 A free and open source e-book library management application developed by users of e-books for users of e-books. It has a cornucopia of features divided into the following main categories: Library Management E-book conversion Syncing to e-book reader devices Downloading news from the web and converting it into e-book form Comprehensive e-book viewer Content server for online access to your book collection E-book editor for the major e-book formats From the author: Calibre started life on 31 October, 2006, soon after the release of the SONY PRS-500, the first e-ink based reader to be sold commercially in the US. At the time, I was a graduate student, with a lot of time on my hands. The PRS-500 did not work at all with Linux, my operating system of choice, so I decided to reverse engineer the USB protocol that it used, to get it working on Linux. This was accomplished with the help of the fine folks over at mobileread.com and calibre was born, albeit named libprs500. At the time there were no satisfactory tools to convert content into the LRF format, used by the SONY reader, so I decided to implement a converter to convert the most popular e-book formats to LRF. This converter proved to be wildly popular and far better than the (mostly non-existent) offerings from SONY. It was picked up and used by various publishing houses and content digitizers to produce the first generation of books in the LRF format. As my e-book collection grew, I realized that managing it was quickly becoming unwieldy, so I decided to write a graphical interface to libprs500 to make it easier. This became calibre, in its present form, as ...
5/5 9,996 Apr 05, 2024
Kovid Goyal
Librum v0.11.0
Librum v0.11.0 A Simple and Free E-Book Reader A clean and simple way to read your books and build your own online library. Librum is the best choice for all kinds of books, since Librum supports all major book formats including: • PDF • EPUB • CBZ (Comic books) • XPS • PS • All plain text formats • Images Simple Focus on what actually matters, using a simple and straight forward interface. Your time is too valuable to be wasted on badly designed applications. Your Own Library Create your own personalized online library that you can access from any device, anytime, anywhere. Librum automatically saves everything you need to the cloud. Fully Customizable Customize Librum to make it look and feel the way you want it to. No app is perfect for everyone right away, but we make it possible for you to make it perfect. Changes v.0.11.0 17 Dec 14:42 Added book specific color-theme saving Mutli-book selection Book duplication warning Chinese translation Bug fixes Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 659 Dec 21, 2023
David Lazarescu
Sigil Portable v2.0.2
Sigil Portable v2.0.2 A free and open source WYSIWYG ebook editor. Sigil was designed to make it easy to create great ebooks using the EPUB format. If you are formatting books for your own use, or you are a professional editor publishing books on multiple platforms, then Sigil is for you. You can use Sigil to format and package your books into an EPUB that looks exactly the way you want it to using an advanced set of features that have made Sigil one of most popular EPUB editors available. This open-source and completely free software is written and supported entirely by volunteers. The current Sigil development team includes Doug Massay and Kevin Hendricks as co-lead developers and maintainers. Previous developers/authors include John Schember, Grant Drake and Dave Heiland. Sigil was originally created by Strahinja Markovic in 2009 and remains completely free to download and use. Support is also provided by other volunteers who contribute code, translations and helpful answers to user’s questions. See the Help=>About menu in Sigil for a complete list of contributors. Features: • Free and open source software under GPLv3 • Multi-platform: runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux • Full UTF-16 support • EPUB 2 and EPUB 3 spec support • Multiple Views: Code View and Preview View • Complete control over directly editing EPUB syntax in Code View • Table of Contents generator with multi-level heading support • Metadata editor • User interface translated into many languages • Themeable icons • Spell checking with default and user configurable dictionaries • Full Regular Expression (PCRE) support for Find & Replace ...
5/5 1,045 Dec 11, 2023
Graeme Gott and PortableApps.com
Sigil v2.0.2
Sigil v2.0.2 Free ebook creator and editor. Sigil was designed to make it easy to create great ebooks using the EPUB format. If you are formatting books for your own use, or you are a professional editor publishing books on multiple platforms, then Sigil is for you. You can use Sigil to format and package your books into an EPUB that looks exactly the way you want it to using an advanced set of features that have made Sigil one of most popular EPUB editors available. This open-source and completely free software is written and supported entirely by volunteers. The current Sigil development team includes Doug Massay and Kevin Hendricks as co-lead developers and maintainers. Previous developers/authors include John Schember, Grant Drake and Dave Heiland. Sigil was originally created by Strahinja Markovic in 2009 and remains completely free to download and use. Support is also provided by other volunteers who contribute code, translations and helpful answers to user’s questions. See the Help=>About menu in Sigil for a complete list of contributors. Features: • Free and open source software under GPLv3 • Multi-platform: runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux • Full UTF-16 support • EPUB 2 and EPUB 3 spec support • Multiple Views: Code View and Preview View • Complete control over directly editing EPUB syntax in Code View • Table of Contents generator with multi-level heading support • Metadata editor • User interface translated into many languages • Themeable icons • Spell checking with default and user configurable dictionaries • Full Regular Expression (PCRE) support for Find & Replace • Supports import of ...
5/5 5,013 Dec 11, 2023
John Schember
   
 
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