Thursday, November 11, 2010

Read eBook From Public Library Using BlueFire Reader For iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch

If you like reading or want to borrow eBook from digital library and read it on your iDevices (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch) then Bluefire Reader is for your. That's the name of eBook app you can get it for free via iTunes, which make it possible to read digital books in ePub or PDF formats on your iOS firmware.

Bluefire Reader is considered brings something different with other apps that have the same functionality, which is supporting Adobe DRM. That format is generally used by public libraries, so using Bluefire Reader means you have what it takes to download free eBooks from hundreds of public library on the net and use your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad as media to read the eBook.
Bluefire Reader App

These steps you must follow to borrow eBook from library on the net and read it via your mobile device.
  1. Find the library that offers digital books using Adobe DRM.
  2. Download dan install BlueFire Reader via iTunes
  3. Login to the chosen library website
  4. Follow the library steps to get the eBook
  5. Download the .acsm files associated with each eBook.
  6. Click on the .acsm file to download the book with Adobe Digital Editions.
  7. Place the folder where ADE stores your eBooks (On Windows, generally it's in My Documents\My Digital Editions).
Remember downloading DRMed eBook from the library is similar when you borrow a physical book from the library. You are given 3 weeks to read the eBook (you can also renew your loan), once your it passed three weeks you are unable to read the eBook.


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