Calibre looks like the essential app for eBook fans

Posted on March 18, 2009. Filed under: Tech News | Tags: , |

By Jay Hathaway, Downloadsquad

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If you’re starting to amass a large collection of eBooks, formatted for all kinds of different readers, Calibre might be just what you need to help organize them. It’s a cross-platform app that can read and tag eBooks from Kindle 1 and 2, iPhone, and readers from Sony and Cybook. It can also convert text from all kinds of sources into eBook format, and function as its own server of sorts, so you can access your library online.

Calibre also looks great, with a display mode similar to the Cover Flow in iTunes — can someone explain what’s up with Cover Flow being so hot right now? — and a more practical list mode that just shows cover images on the side. You can also edit or fill in information about your books from Calibre, to make sure your library is accurate and organized. Oh, and if you’re a fan of the Stanza reader on the iPhone, Calibre’s hosting feature makes your books accessible through that, too.

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