If you have an iPhone or an iPad, you can use the iBooks app to read an ebook in the ePub format. Download the ePub file on your computer and sync it to your Dropbox account. On your iPhone (or iPad), open the Dropbox app and tap the little arrow next to the ePub file. Apple’s iPhone has become one of the most popular smartphones on which to read ebooks and there’s now many dedicated ebook reading apps available. Out of the many different reading apps avaiable in Apple’s App Store, one of the best currently available is the Bluefire Reader. This step-by-step tutorial demonstrates how to transfer ePUB books and PDF documents from your PC to the iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch regardless whether.
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In this day and age, quite a lot of ebooks can be found in EPUB format. But how do you transfer EPUB file to your iPad or iPhone. You might like our new Libby app—the easiest way to borrow and enjoy ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines from your public library. Marvin is one of the best apps on iOS for reading eBooks and comics. With Marvin, you have a clean and easy-to-read interface that looks.
Translate text while reading Obviously, most e-reading apps offer in-app dictionary or a dictionary look-up in a web browser built into the app. But what about translations? Ebooks would become much more popular in non-English speaking countries if there were enough mother-language books available.
For the time being many users from outside US can find their favorite titles only in English. Therefore, having an option to quickly translate a word in an e-reading app is more than welcomed.
So far there are two apps I know of that offer in-app translation. If you use Google Play Books, translations are performed in two taps, and you can not only translate single words, but entire paragraphs.
The feature is so convenient that after Google launched Play Books in Poland I almost completely stopped using Kindle for iOS, my previous default e-reading iPhone app. Google Play Books is not ideal, however.
If you are not into Google Play Books, you can still translate single words in any e-reading app that offers Google look-up. There are two steps to get a translation: Highlight the word and tap on Google or Google reference, or Google lookup in a pop-up window. Find a more detailed explanation in this post.
To me, instant translation is one of the most important features that could remove language barriers and popularize e-reading and reading in general across the world. Add book sources to your news app A lot more iPhone users read news via RSS feed apps rather than read books.
Apps like Feedly or Flipboard can be a great way to discover new ebooks to read. Getting books to the daily source of news is a good way to keep in touch with book reading. You can add book sources to a news application as long as they offer RSS feed. Method 2 — Transfer epub to iPhone with Email Simply attach your epub books to an email then send it to yourself. After that go to download the books from email to your iPhone.
Then you can choose approximate apps to read epub files on iPhone. Method 3 — Transfer epub to iPhone with Dropbox First of all, you need to register a Dropbox account on your computer and download a Dropbox app onto your iPhone and log in with the same account.
Second, upload the DRM free epub books to Dropbox on your web. Then you can download the epub books in Dropbox on your iPhone. After download the epub books, you cna choose to open the files with all supported apps, like ADE, iBooks, etc. Method 4 — Transfer epub to iPhone with Calibre If you are ebook enthusiast, you may be familiar with Calibre. But many of you may don't know the fact that Calibre allows you to download books in Calibre library at LAN Local Area Network by simply typing the server address and port on browser's search bar on iPhone.
Notice: your iPhone must connect to WiFi comes from the same server that you computer are using.
Step 1, open Calibre on your computer, then add epub books to Calibre by simply dragging and dropping the epub files to Calibre or clicking Add books to epub files to Calibre library. Then click Start Content Server in drop-down menu. Step 3, type the address on iPhone browser's search bar. Like the above image, you should type Then you will get all the books you have added to Calibre library earlier.
Tap the one epub book cover and click the Download button to download this book. Step 4, after you download the epub file, it will ask you to open this book on iBooks or other epub support reader apps. It can also transfer epub files to iPhone like Calibre. Step 1, open Epubor and add epub files to Epubor library. There are three methods to add epub files to Epubor library.
Besides dragging and dropping epub files to Epubor and clicking the Add button to add epub to Epubor, you can also move epub files from Calibre library, ADE and your kobo ereader to Epubor library directly.
Step 3, as it is shown in the above image, you need to type Step 4, choose your preferred reader app to open the downloaded epub books on iPhone. Conclusion Even if you have little knowledge about computer skills, the above 8 methods of transferring epub ebooks to iPhone are comparatively easy for you to operate.
You can choose the easiest way that works perfect for you. But you have to make sure all the epub files are DRM free before transferring them to your iPhone. Please refer to this FAQ article. Once the iPad apps populate the left-hand side of the program window, select the PDF reading app.
A new window opens allowing you to browse for the PDF files you want to add to the iPad. You can also add the PDF files to your iPad via dragging and dropping the documents from the PC folder directly to the right-hand side of the open CopyTrans Apps window. The PDF documents are now readily accessible from the iPad.
First, open iTunes on your PC and navigate to the Books section. Connect the iPad or iPhone and click on the device button once it appears in iTunes. Krasimir is an avid marketing aficionado and a tech-support specialist in charge of the English-speaking market.