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calibre is a e-book library management application developed by users of e-books for users of e-books. Its features include 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
calibre is an e-book manager. It can view, convert, edit and catalog e-books in all of the major e-book formats. It can also talk to e-book reader devices. It can go out to the internet and fetch metadata for your books. It can download newspapers and convert them into e-books for convenient reading. It is cross platform, running on Linux, Windows and macOS. A tarball of the source code for the current calibre release.
Calibre-Web is a web app providing a clean interface for browsing, reading and downloading eBooks using an existing Calibre database. This software is a fork of library and licensed under the GPL v3 License.
Buka is a modern software that helps you manage your ebook at ease. With a simple, clean and straight-forward user interface, Buka aims to gather your ebooks for a reading experience without hassles. Buka currently support .PDF format with configurations that helps user focus more on the content. Of course you can always open .deb package with a package manager like Synaptic, Gnome Software or Gdebi then start the app instead of using command line options.
A library for reading and removing DRM schemes from eBooks. The one and only purpose of said library is providing the ability to access the content of legally obtained eBook under conditions of DRM management server failure.
This project brings the famous Wikipedia encyclopedia on the Apple iPod. It consists of an eBook-reader application that can be executed on your iPod to search and display articles, an eBook library, and an easy to use installation wizard for Windows.
Rbmake is both a library of routines and a set of command-line utilities that enables a user to transform content into Rocket Ebook format (.rb) files and back again (unencrypted files only). Compatible with the Rocket Ebook and the REB 1100.
This project was originally a quick and dirty method for me to convert my ebook collection in various formats to a kindle compatible format without worrying about the ebook source type. It takes PDF, Lit, and HTML files and converts them to .mobi.
Open eBook Reader is a desktop application that allows users to read books with FB2, EPUB, Mobipocket, etc. file formats. It provides a great reading books experience in your computer through its Flow Document Reader component from Microsoft WPF platform.
PdfEbookCutter is a program to cut PDF Documents into smaller pages, to display them in a better way on ebook readers. It displays a sketch of the pages in a graphical editor, and saves the cropped pages in a new file. It's developed in C# with iTextSharp
IBSuite contains a set of tools to convert ebook in various format (pdf, chm, html) into a set of images, reformat the images (crop, embold, simple reflow, etc), and assemble the result images into a new ebook suitable for you ebook devices.
FBReader is a multi-platform e-book reader. FBReader supports popular e-book formats like ePub, fb2, mobi, html, plain text, and a lot of other formats. It provides access to popular network libraries that contain a large set of e-books. Download books for free or for a fee. Add your own catalog. It is highly customizable. Choose colors, fonts, page turning animations, etc. to make reading as convenient as you want.
KOReader is a document viewer application, originally created for Kindle e-ink readers. It currently runs on Kindle, Kobo, PocketBook, Ubuntu Touch and Android devices. Developers can also run a KOReader emulator for development purposes on desktop PCs with Linux, Windows and Mac OSX. Check out the KOReader wiki to learn more about this project.