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Any quick and easy way to get my iPad to read books from this site?
Free Ebooks Download from obooko | Free Novels: Romance, Thrillers, Horror, Fantasy and more!
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Any quick and easy way to get my iPad to read books from this site?
Free Ebooks Download from obooko | Free Novels: Romance, Thrillers, Horror, Fantasy and more!
iBooks, Kindle, Stanza, GoodReader APPs are all options for reading DRM free eBooks (some format variation obviously between APPs). Upload to your iPad varies depending on which reader you choose to use, but all are easy. Take your choice.

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I have Stanza but for some reason I had been unable to get books from the Obooko site to download into it, guess I don't know what I'm doing. But did find a round about way to get them to my iPad. I download them to my mac and then I went to iTunes and put my books in there and set it up to sync books. So far it seems to be working fine.
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I have Stanza but for some reason I had been unable to get books from the Obooko site to download into it, guess I don't know what I'm doing. But did find a round about way to get them to my iPad. I download them to my mac and then I went to iTunes and put my books in there and set it up to sync books. So far it seems to be working fine.
You can also use Calibre (free download) on your Mac to organize your eBooks. Then you can set it up for wireless download into Stanza on your iPad. Works great!

I've always wanted to be smart, handsome and modest. But, I guess I'll have to be satisfied with two out of three . . .
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I have Stanza but for some reason I had been unable to get books from the Obooko site to download into it, guess I don't know what I'm doing. But did find a round about way to get them to my iPad. I download them to my mac and then I went to iTunes and put my books in there and set it up to sync books. So far it seems to be working fine.
Steve,

I use GoodReader to download both zip and PDF files from the Obooko site directly onto my iPad. GoodReader can unzip the files within the app and I then delete the zip file. This works like a charm for me.

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