2ePub.com – Create Ebooks For Free

  • November 2, 2011

2ePub.comThis new site turns creating an ebook into something that anybody can do, as it’s not only really simple to use but it’s also available at no cost. If you’re a writer who has just finished his first truly good work, all you have to do is to upload the PDF or Doc for it to be converted into an ePub file. As I’m sure you know, that’s the standard format for mostly every reading device around. iPads and iPods support it, and so does Sony Readers, Kobos and Nooks. The one exception to the rule is the Kindle, as that’s got a format of its very own (IE, mobi). But even that is supported by 2ePub.com, as it’s one of the output formats that you can choose when converting any file.

The full list includes the following formats: doc, docx, epub, fb2, html, lit, lrf, mobi, odt, pdb, pdf, prc, rtf, and txt. As you can see, that’s pretty extensive. It’s hard to think of a reading device that doesn’t support at least one of them.

And the site’s not only usable for free, it can also be used without having to sign up for an account first. All you have to do is to select the files that you want to have converted for the job to be done before you can even snap your fingers. And you can select as many as five different files at the same time, too.

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Neotake.com – A Quick Way To Find eBooks

  • October 24, 2010

Neotake.comNeotake is a search engine for eBooks. The site will let you look up books in any language, and in formats as different as PDF, Mobipocket, ePUB and Kindle. And once you have found what you are looking for, you will be able to get it right away.

One of the most solid aspects of the site is that users are not anonymous. Far from it – they make up a true community. Each user has got his own profile, complete with his own avatar. They can see what each other has searched, and they can even begin following each other and be notified about the latest activity of those who are always finding good (and unusual) titles.

In any case, the site includes a series of “Top 100 eBooks” that will let you know what has been in more demand in the last week, the last month and even the day before. Not knowing what to download is a situation you are not facing if you use this site, and that’s a fact.

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ePubBud.com – Creating eBooks In A Direct Way

  • April 27, 2010

ePubBud.comePubBud is a new platform for the instant publishing and sharing of eBooks. The ones responsible for the site term it a “YouTube for children’s eBooks” – IE, a place where any person can take a book he has written and upload it for all to get a copy and read it in their favorite devices.

And yes, that includes iPads.

The whole site can be used at no cost. You are provided with the resources for editing and publishing the book online, and as a matter of fact you can mail the company a copy of any children’s book and they will digitize it for you, so that it becomes readable in your brand-new iPad. That also means that it would become uploadable to the site, obviously.

The site is focused mainly on books for children, but some titles that are geared towards adults are already available. I wonder if these are just an exception to the rule, or if the site is going to expand its outreach eventually and move into genres other than literature for children.

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IbisReader.com – A Tool For Reading Books On The Go

  • March 9, 2010

IbisReader.comIs there a better time to review a tool for reading books on your computer and mobile now that the price and the release date for the iPad have finally been confirmed, and interest in the “Kindle Killer” is stronger than ever?

This particular tool goes by the name of Ibis Reader, and it will provide you with a supple user interface for the reading of books in your desktop or mobile device of choice. That can be an iPhone, and Android or a Nexus One.

The way this reader works means that you can zoom the text in and out at will, and that the application (which is wholly web-based) will remember where it was that you left last time and display the relevant page when you open the book again.

Besides, your online library is kept as dynamic as possible since you can discover new titles to read based on these that you have already favorited. It is also important to mention that your titles are hosted in a cloud library, and you don’t need to sync anything in order to read them. Anywhere you can access the Internet is bound to suffice.

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