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My IPad skips pages when I am reading an ebook. Why?

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Read PDF on iPad? convert PDF to iPad?


Reading eBooks on iPad with iBooks is an amazing thing. Connect to iBooks store makes you access to tens of thousands of books in hand. Reading eBooks from the store in a breeze. Everything goes well. However, it ruined when you transfer PDF to iPad or read PDF ebooks on iPad.

Note: iBooks app for iPad was announced on January 27, 2010. It can be free downloaded from App Store. The application uses the EPUB format. Sync EPUB eBooks to the iBooks app on iPad with iTunes, which enables you to read EPUB ebook on your iPad.

Here show you two solutions to read PDF on your iPad.

Solution 1: Read PDF as mail attachment on iPad

iPad support viewing PDF files sent as attachments for iPad mail app. automatically previews the attached PDF. So, what you need is download the PDF attachment and launch, then you can view the PDF documents.

Pro: no need any tool, rapidly read PDF document
Cons: unsupported offline reading PDF, inconvenient to read bundles of PDF files, hard to read back, etc

Solution 2: Convert PDF to EPUB for iPad with Mac PDF to EPUB Converter

PDF to EPUB Converter for Mac, a fantastic PDF to EPUB converting program, specially designed for Mac users, converts PDF to EPUB eBooks for iPad on Mac. Meanwhile, it is very easy to handle. Barely two or three steps can finish all the job.

Read detailed about convert PDF to iPad on Mac.

Tip: If you are Windows OS user, you can use PDF to EPUB Converter to convert PDF to EPUB on Windows OS.

on Sep 13, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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PDF VS EPUB

About PDF: PDF (short for Portable Document Format) is a file format developed by Adobe Systems in 1993 for document exchange. Adobe Reader is the only PDF files viewer, which can open an interact with all PDF documents. Adobe eBooks can be read by Adobe Reader and Adobe Digital Editions.

What's ePub: Electronic Publication (abbreviated to EPUB, ePub, EPub or epub), a free and open e-book standard, is composed of three open standards- Open Publication Structure (OPS), Open Packaging Format (OPF) and Open Container Format (OCF). EPUB is designed for reflowable content, meaning that the text display can be optimized for the particular display device used by the reader of the EPUB-formatted book.

PDF to EPUB Converter is remarkable with its easy-to-navigate interface and super high converting speed. It can assist ebook lovers converting PDF to EPUB format for reading eBooks on a wide range of eBook readers like iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Sony Reader, Barnes & Noble nook, Hanlin eReader, etc.

1. Two steps to convert PDF to EPUB
Add PDF document(s) to the program and start the conversion

2. Batch conversion and partial conversion
Load multiple PDF file(s) and convert them at one time
Select certain page range of PDF document to convert

3. Set output EPUB ebooks
Custom Style: the default mode(keep original), Ignore images or Ignore Hyperlinks
Each page as an image to ePub

4. Specify the output folder to store converted EPUB file(s)
Tip: You can read EPUB eBooks on the following devices:
Apple iPad (using iBooks), iPhone and iPod Touch, Sony Reader, Barnes & Noble nook, BeBook, COOL-ER, eSlick, Bookeen Cybook Gen3, Cybook Opus, iRex Digital Reader 1000, iRex Digital Reader 800, Phones/devices using Android and more.

Full view of PDF to EPUB Converter

on Aug 19, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do I transfer my books purchased on kindle to my iPad kindle app?


In general, you just need to log in Kindle account on your iPad and your purchased book will be synced automatically. However, if you don't want to log in your account. You can convert the kindle books to epub file and read on iPad directly. Just follow this guide.

A Simple Guide to Help You Read Kindle Books on iPad

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Are your Prime ebooks readable on an iPad with a kindle app as I do not have a Kindle reader?


Kindle ebooks are readable via the Kindle app but you have to register the iPad as a destination for download.

Account - Account Settings - Manage your Content and Devices - Devices
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May 04, 2016 | Tablets & eReaders

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Tips: Enjoy PDF ebooks on iPad, iPhone for (Mac/Windows) users


eBook Readers make reading experience more pleasant. Hold eBook device like a book, for it carries as many of desirable content at your fingertips. In addition, it can also allow you to take notes, highlight message and easily access to the passages you need.

Both PDF and ePub are two of the most popular eBooks formats. Each of them has its own characteristics. Such as eBooks in PDF format can support Book-marking, however, ePub eBooks can't do that. ePub-formatted eBooks can be optimally viewed by the eBook devices, for ePub is specially designed for reflowable content. Whereas, the PDF format doesn't have the feature. Different eBooks applications have their preferred eBook format. For example, Apple iBooks app uses ePub format as eBook format.

PDF to ePub Converter is specially designed for eBook enthusiasts to convert PDF to ePub for perfect compatibility with their eBook devices, such as iPad, iPhone 4, iPod Touch, etc.

For Windows OS: PDF to EPUB Converter

Detailed guide: How to convert PDF to ePub, PDF to iPad, PDF to iPhone 4, iTouch, etc on Windows?

For Mac OS: PDF to EPUB Converter for Mac

Full tutorial: How to convert PDF to ePub for iPad, iPhone, iTouch with Mac PDF to ePub Converter?

on Aug 17, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do i convert PDF to ePub on Mac to read on iPad, iPhone, iPod touch?


At the very beginning of this article I would like to make the difference between ePub and PDF clear:
PDF is pre-paginated and not easily re-flowed. You can see upper moving left when you zoom in a PDF, and PDF is a print and print-archive format. ePub content, like XHTML, is re-flowable. If paginated, when zoomed, there will be more "pages", OPS is a re-flowable "electronic content" format, and that's why Adobe's Digital Editions has adopted ePub.

Okay, I guess many of you got lots of eBooks in PDF and other formats, but many e-readers, for instance Sony Reader, Barnes & Noble Nook, Hanlin eReader and phones/devices using Android only support specific formats just like ePub with their default reader apps, especially newly-released and hot iPad\iPhone 4. What's the best way to convert those PDFs to ePub?

Yep, you may say "we got so many freebies converter work on PC", but what about the people who is a Mac user? How do they transfer PDF on Mac to read on iPad, iPhone, iPod touch? This is the reason why I am writing this article. How do I convert PDF to ePub on Mac to read on iPad\iPhone\iPod touch?

Here is my procedure, you may learn something from it and if you have any ideas, you can comment on it. In the following steps, you will need these tools: AnyBizSoft PDF to EPub for Mac (Which I strongly recommend it) and iTunes.

First of all, you need to convert your PDFs to ePubs on Mac, and then you can transfer newly minted eBooks to your i-device via iTunes.

Transfer ePub to i-device
iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G and the second- and third-generation iPod touch users can read ebook directly on their devices via iBooks app too, since iOS 4 is released on 21st June 24, 2010. Next, we have to transfer your newly minted epub books into iTunes. Locate your .epub files and drag them into the Library section of iTunes. If you didn't have any ebooks in iTunes to begin with, a new Books folder will be created for you. Note: Please ensure that you drag your epub files into the Library section and not directly into your iPad\iPhone\iPod touch (under Devices). Doing so will cause iTunes to throw an error message and crash.

All that's left to do is sync your books onto your iPad\iPhone\iPod touch. This process isn't any different than syncing music, apps, movies etc.

Now you can enjoy your eBooks on iPad, iPhone, iPod touch! Happy reading!

on Jul 09, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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1. Tell you some free sites that can download eBooks for free if you want to read them on Kindle.

http://www.epubor.com/60-sites-to-download-free-kindle-books.html

2. Free eBooks for iPad.
http://www.epubor.com/free-books-for-ipad.html

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