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What eBook readers are compatible with eChristian?

Nathaniel (System Admin)
asked this on May 16, 2011 01:56 PM

All eBook Readers are compatible with our site, although some file formats that are available may only work on certain devices.

For more information on the file formats we provide, click here.

These compatible lists are not exhaustive and will be updated from time to time as new readers are introduced or software changes.

 

Compatible eReader devices for EPUBs (DRM free or Watermarked):

- Kindle Fire
- Barnes and Noble NOOK
- Kobo eReader
- Apple iOS Devices (iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad)
- Android Devices
- Windows Mobile and Windows Phone 7
- Sony Reader
- Adobe Digital Editions
- DSLibris for Nintendo DS systems
- And many others! Don't hesitate to contact us if you're unsure if your reader is compatible. 

Find more information on DRM, here.

 

Compatible PC or Mac eReader software for EPUBs (DRM free or Watermarked):

- Calibre eBook Management
- Mozilla Firefox add-on EPUBReader
- dotReader
- FBReader
- Mobipocket
- uBook 
- Okular

Find more information on DRM, here.

 

Compatible eReader devices for MOBIs or PRCs:

- Amazon Kindle devices
- Android Devices
- Apple iOS Devices (certain apps on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad)
- And many others! Don't hesitate to contact us if you're unsure if your reader is compatible. 

 

Compatible PC or Mac eReader software for MOBIs or PRCs:

- Calibre eBook Management

Find more information on DRM, here.

 

Compatible eReader devices & apps for Adobe DRM EPUBs:
You can find a full list of Adobe DRM compatible eReaders on Adobe's website. Here is more information on why we have DRM on eChristian.

- Kindle Fire 
- Barnes and Noble NOOKColor
- Apple iOS Devices (iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad) with the Readmill app
- Android Devices with the Readmill app

 Find more information on DRM, here.

 

Compatible PC or Mac eReader software for Adobe DRM EPUBs:

- Adobe Digital Editions (you can download it here)

Find more information on DRM, here.

 
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