Is there an ultimate eBook converter?

Jarrey Z August 15, 2013
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Is there an ultimate eBook converter which not only can convert all kinds of eBooks, but also can remove eBooks’ DRM protection?

I am a crazy eBook fan who love reading eBooks very much. I usually purchased eBooks from AMAZON, Nook, and Sony store. But I only have one e-reader, so I eagerly need a eBook converter to convert them to the suitable formats for being read on my Kindle Fire.

Is there a answer? Any suggestion will be great! Thanks in advance.

  1. Alex L
    September 16, 2013 at 7:02 am

    Convert mobi to epub on mac, as I known the best one is moyeamedia mobi to epub converter for mac. That's really cool.

  2. ??????? G
    August 19, 2013 at 11:02 am

    Try this converter: http://www.coolutils.com/Online-eBook-Converter.php. Safe, versatile and free.

  3. JC
    August 17, 2013 at 12:43 am

    I use this, it works great on nook study and should work on most others its super easy.

    ePub DRM Removal quickly and easily remove ebook ADEPT DRM protection for epub files with 1-click. user can view ePub ebook on iPad, NOOK, Sony Reader or other device without limitation, user also can print Digital Edition ebook. It is very easy to user, just 1-click to decrypt epub ebook.

    If you have purchased DRM-protected epub eBook, then you have probably discovered how annoyingly restrictive DRM technology is. You can try our software that removes epub DRM easily and produces DRM-free ePub ebook that you can enjoy on practically any capable e-reader device.

    Key Features
    One-click converter.
    No quality lost, just remove drm protection, the same quality as source epub files.
    Create a decrypted ePub file,No change to source files, no need to backup the source files.
    Remove ebook DRM.

    OS : Windows 2000,2003, XP, Vista, 7, 8
    Language : English

    Home Page - http://www.ebook-converter.com/

  4. Hovsep A
    August 15, 2013 at 2:54 pm
  5. Oron Joffe
    August 15, 2013 at 11:51 am

    Jarrey, as it happens, such a thing exists! It's called Calibre, and apart from handling all the common (and quite a few uncommon) eBook formats it can also be extended with plug-ins, and there are plug-ins for removing DRM. Enjoy!

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