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eBook formats on the store - ePub, PDFs and DRM

Adobe ePub (DRM)

The Adobe ePub (DRM) eBook format has DRM (Digital Rights Management) encryption for security. The book publisher manages the security settings for ebooks with DRM. To find out the security settings for any ebook on the eBookPie store (such as print and copy permissions), click the “Book Details” tab on the ebook product page.

IMPORTANT: To open this format on your computer, first download the free Adobe Digital Editions software. 

eReader Device Compatibility:  Adobe ePub files can be read on the Sony Reader, Nook, Kobo, and most other popular eReading devices. Follow your eReader device instructions for transferring ebook files to your device.

iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad Compatibility: Yes. Download Bluefire Reader from the iTunes App Store. You can use the Bluefire Reader to open and read both DRM and non-DRM formats on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

Adobe PDF (DRM) 

The Adobe PDF (DRM) eBook format has DRM (Digital Rights Management) encryption for security.

The book publisher manages the security settings for ebooks with DRM. To find out the security settings for any ebook on the eBookPie store (such as print and copy permissions), click the “Book Details” tab on the ebook product page.

IMPORTANT: To open this format on your computer, first download the free Adobe Digital Editions software.

eReader Device Compatibility:  Adobe PDF (DRM) files can be read on the Sony Reader, Nook, Kobo, and most other popular eReading devices. Follow your eReader device instructions for transferring ebook files to your device.

iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad Compatibility: Yes. Download Bluefire Reader from the iTunes App Store. You can use the Bluefire Reader to open and read both DRM and non-DRM formats on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

ePub (DRM free) 

ePub is fast becoming the universal ebook format. The ePub (DRM free) eBook format has no DRM (Digital Rights Management) encryption and is thus compatible with nearly all hardware devices and software readers.

eReader Device Compatibility:  ePub (DRM-free) files can be read on the Sony Reader, Nook, Kobo, and most other popular eReading devices. Follow your eReader device instructions for transferring ebook files to your device.

iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad Compatibility: Yes. Use iBooks (usually it will open automatically) or download Bluefire Reader from the iTunes App Store. You can use the Bluefire reader to open and read both DRM and non-DRM formats on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

PDF (DRM free)

PDF is probably one of the most recognized document-publishing formats. It is the file format that opens up in Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat and other popular PDF readers. The PDF (DRM free) format does not have DRM (Digital Rights Management) encryption, and is thus compatible with nearly all hardware devices and software readers.

eReader Device Compatibility:  PDF (DRM free) files can be read on the Sony Reader, Nook, Kobo, and most other popular eReading devices. Follow your eReader device instructions for transferring ebook files to your device.

iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad Compatibility: Yes. Use iBooks (usually it will open automatically) or download Bluefire Reader from the iTunes App Store. You can use the Bluefire reader to open and read both DRM and non-DRM formats on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

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