Plenty of websites let you download free e-books for your Kindle and other e-readers. Unfortunately, Amazon Kindle still does not fully support EPUB, which means you’ll have to convert some of those books to other formats to take advantage of them on your e-reader. The good news is there are decent EPUB to Kindle converters that can help you get around Amazon Kindle’s limitations. Here are 4 tools that stand out:
Calibre: a complete solution for all your e-book needs. It can help you manage your e-book library and can convert your EPUB e-books to PDF or other Kindle compatible format.
RetroRead: some people may find the first solution to be a bit too complicated to work with. RetroRead is an easy to use service that converts those free public domain EPUB books to a Kindle-compatible format.
Savory: Savory is a native e-book conversion tool for Kindle 2. It’s more of a hack than a tool actually. If you are not willing to take any risk with your Kindle, then you should take a pass on this one.
epub2pdf: a command line solution to convert your EPUB files to PDF and transfer them to your Kindle. Pretty interesting tool.
These 4 EPUB document converters can help you get even more out of your Kindle. What’s not to like?