A fast and efficient program that allows users to easily convert DRM-signed or DRM-free books to file formats supported by Kindle and other similar devices.
- Epubor Ultimate
- Version : 18.104.22.1687
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Epubor
Epubor Ultimate Description
Epubor Ultimate is a professional application that can ready your e-books for playback on any modern device dedicated for lecturing electronic books, be it Kindle, Apple or Nook.
It is suited for when you’re experiencing compatibility issues between an e-book format and your device, as it is able to remove all DRM protections from multiple files at the same time, while converting the books to any of the popular formats accepted by e-book readers.
The program features support for a very rich list of formats, such as ePub, Mobi, PDF, AZW, PRC, HTMLX, TPZ, TOPAZ, TXT and HTML, preparing your e-book collection for modern devices such as Kindle, Nook, Apple (including iPad, iPhone, iPod and Apple TV), Sony eReader and Google Nexus.
It comes wrapped up inside a very user-friendly interface that encases the program’s feature set in a few menus and buttons which you can be explore seamlessly. Files can be added to the conversion queue using dedicated commands, as drag and drop is not supported.
Epubor Ultimate is able to convert multiple files at a time, allowing you to edit e-book information prior to the conversion process. Thus, details such as title, authors, publishers and date are totally customizable.
The output format can be chosen using a dedicated menu that is organized by device types or the computer software you want to use for lecturing the e-books.
The actual conversion process can take a while, depending on the number of items in the conversion list, as well as the number of pages contained by each of them. Once the process is done, the application automatically opens the output folder, allowing you to see the results.
On an ending note, Epubor Ultimate comes across as a steady and reliable program that can help overcome incompatibility issues between various e-book formats and modern e-book readers.