When you buy ebooks through the Kindle store or iBooks or a similar marketplace, you can open and read them quite easily. However, when you download epubs from a website like ours, you have to download a program or import them to your usual ebook reader. Here’s a list of programs that allow you to read ebooks on your PC, Mac, tablet, or phone.
- Windows Edge: The default browser on Windows PCs opens EPUBs and provides a decent reading experience. Download link: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/microsoft-edge
- Calibre: A dedicated ebook reader for Windows, Mac, or Linux. Download link: https://calibre-ebook.com
- Sigil: An ebook editor for Windows, Mac, or Linux that also lets you read ebooks. Download link: https://sigil-ebook.com/
- iBooks on Mac
To import any epub file into iBooks on your Mac, just select the EPUB file, then go to the File Menu, and select iBooks. It will be added to your iBooks library.
- iBooks on iPhone
Save the ebook to your files by selecting the share icon and choosing Save to File. Then open the Files app. Browse to your EPUB file and open it. It will be opened to iBooks.
- Kindle or Kindle apps
You can use Calibre or Sigil to convert your EPUB to a MOBI file and email it to your Kindle using your Kindle email.
Or try a service like https://www.sendepubtokindle.com/ to convert and email your file.