Nitis Books eBooks are available in Kindle, ePub and PDF formats. Wikipedia has a useful eBook Reader Matrix that lists the most popular eReaders and the file formats they work with.
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Every Nitis Books eBook is available as an ePub file, Kindle file, or Adobe Acrobat (PDF) file that has been formatted to automatically reflow text to fit smaller screens, which will facilitate viewing on handheld and eReader devices, such as tablets, iPads, cell phones, and other mobile devices.
If you choose the PDF file version, you will need to download and install a free copy of the appropriate Adobe Reader for mobile devices software using the instructions provided by Adobe for your particular device, or have another PDF viewer available on your cell phone, tablet, iPad, or other mobile device.
In addition, many cell phones, tablets, and handheld devices offer eBook reading applications, or apps, that allow you to purchase a Nitis Books eBook title directly through your device. For example, Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook Books, iBooks and Kobo all offer cell phone and tablet apps that sync up with your existing eReader or desktop/laptop computer eBook accounts.
Wikipedia has a useful eBook Reader Matrix that lists the most popular eReaders and the file formats they work with.
If you have any problems opening or viewing a one of our titles, please contact us.
If you want to load an .ePub eBook file you have purchased from a source other than iTunes onto your iPad or iPhone, you will need to sideload it. Sideloading is simply a fancy term for copying an eBook file from your computer or email account onto an eReader device. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to sideload a Nitis Books .ePub eBook file onto your iPad or iPhone:
- Download the .ePub file and save it on your desktop or someplace on your computer you can easily access.
- Launch iTunes and select (Add to Library…) from the File menu.
- Select the .ePub eBook you downloaded and click the Choose button.
- From iTunes, select “Books” from the list of libraries on the left. The book should now be listed in your iTunes library.
- Connect your iPad or iPhone to the computer and select it from the list of devices on the left.
- Choose the “Books” tab.
- Check the “Sync Books” checkbox if it isn’t already enabled. You can sync all books in your library with your iPad or iPhone, or choose the select books you want to sync.
- Now click the “Apply” or “Sync” button at the bottom right of the window (you may receive a warning that this will erase all the books on your iPad if this is your first iBooks sync).
- Once the sync has completed, you can open iBooks on your iPad or iPhone to read your newly transferred title.
If you want to load an .ePub eBook file you have purchased from a source other than Barnes & Noble onto your Nook eReader, you will need to sideload it. Sideloading is simply a fancy term for copying an eBook file from your computer or email account onto your eReader. Here are two methods for sideloading a Nitis Books .ePub eBook file onto your Nook:
- Save the .ePub eBook file you have purchased to a folder on your computer (perhaps to your desktop or in a folder called “eBooks”).
- Connect the Nook to your computer with the included USB cable.
- Open “My Computer” on Windows or look at the desktop on your Mac. Nook will show as a drive where the hard drive and other USB drives show. Double-click on the Nook drive to open it.
- In another window, open the folder where you saved the ePub eBook file you want to load onto your Nook.
- Now drag & drop the .ePub eBook file(s) from your computer to the root of the Nook, or to the “My Documents” folder.
- After the files are finished transferring to the Nook and before you unplug the USB cable, you must eject the device from the computer. Removing the USB cable before doing this can potentially damage your eBooks and/or the Nook. Simply right-click on the Nook drive and select the undock, eject, or unmount option.
If you want to load a .mobi eBook file you have purchased from a source other than Amazon.com onto your Kindle Fire, you will need to sideload it. Sideloading is simply a fancy term for copying an eBook file from your computer or email account onto your eReader. Here are two methods for sideloading a Nitis Books .mobi eBook file onto your Kindle Fire:
Method 1: Using a computer (easiest):
- Using a mini USB to USB cord, connect the Kindle Fire to a computer.
- Download the eBook file onto your computer.
- Using a file explorer program, open up the Kindle (it will show as a temporary drive). Also open the folder on the computer with the file.
- Drag the eBook file from the computer to the Kindle Fire “Books” directory.
- Follow your computer’s procedure for disconnecting peripheral devices. The book will now be available in the Kindle Fire’s “Books” tab.
Method 2: Using only the Kindle Fire:
- Download the eBook file to the Kindle Fire using either the browser or via email.
- Download and install a file explorer program, such as ES File Explorer from Amazon APP market (it’s free).
- Using the file explorer find the book file (it will be in the main Kindle directory) and copy it (press and hold the icon until the sub-menu pops up).
- Go to the “Books” folder.
- Paste the file (with ES Explorer you will need to select “Operations,” then hit paste).
- Power Kindle Fire off and back on.
- Book should be in the Books tab.