eBook Formats & Devices
Our ebooks are available in the epub, pdf, html and prc formats. Below, you will find information on the format best suited to your device. The technology for ebook readers is constantly changing, so check back often, as we continue to add more information for your convenience.
Devices That Use Epub (Open eBook):
iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad require Bluefire Reader.
Download Bluefire Reader
Android, Nook, Sony and Kobo ereaders need Aldiko software.
Macintosh or Windows PC users can use Adobe Digital Editions or any number of other free ePub readers available. Calibre is the most common one.
Download Adobe Digital Editions
Devices That Use Pdf (Adobe Acrobat):
Macintosh, Windows PC, Windows Tablets and most standard ereaders
Download Adobe Reader for free
Devices That Use Html:
Linux/Unix systems and all PCs
No special software or applications are required.
Devices That Use Prc (Mobipocket):
Kindles, Windows CE, Handheld PC, Palm OS, Pocket PC, Blackberry and EPOC devices, Mobipocket software required
How to download eBooks
After you complete your ebook purchase, click the Bookshelf link on the left panel. There you will see all of the books you have purchased with download links beneath each one. It is important to note that for most ebook reading devices, you must first download the ebook to your computer and then transfer it to your ereader.
- Click the download button.
- Select your preferred format.
- Use the browser window to select the location where you wish to save the ebook file.
To transfer your ebook to your preferred device, you might need instructions from the manufacturer of the application or device. For more information and troubleshooting tips, go to download support.
An Important Note About eBooks
Electronic books may not be copied (except to make a personal backup), resold, given away, or in any way distributed by anyone. They may not be posted on the Internet for public usage. The unauthorized reproduction or distribution of these copyrighted works is illegal. Criminal copyright infringement, including infringement without monetary gain, is investigated by the FBI and is punishable by up to 5 years in federal prison and a fine of $250,000. ( http://www.fbi.gov/ipr/ )
With the exception of quotes used in reviews, our books may not be reproduced or used in whole or in part by any means existing without written permission from the publisher. Ellora’s Cave carefully guards its intellectual property and holds valid U.S. copyright registrations pursuant to 17 U.S.C.§101 et seq for the books we publish.