Ebook readers supports different filetypes when it comes to documents, and it might be difficult to open certain files if you don’t have the appropriate application. Instead of downloading and installing a reader for each type of ebook format, it’s easier to just convert the files. In this case, you can turn to an application like Any eBook Converter.
Convert ebooks to other filetypes
It can automatically detects ebooks from eReader and Kindle devices connected to the PC, as well as open local files to edit metadata and perform conversions to EPUB, MOBI, AZW3, PDF and TXT format. It also works with books from an Adobe Digital Editions library.
If the list of books identified on external devices turns out to be empty, then you should head to the settings panel and change the default paths to the document folders.
Edit book metadata and choose the output format
Book metadata can be modified when it comes to the title, author, identifiers, date, language, publishers, and introduction. You can specify the destination of all converted files and choose the output format from EPUB, MOBI, AZW3, PDF and TXT.
Besides paths to the eReader and Kindle storage folders as well as Adobe Digital Editions libraries, you can set paths to any favorite folders with ebooks, in order to quickly access them from the "Favorite" tab in the main window.
Fast and easy-to-use ebook conversion app
Any eBook Converter keeps track of converted files in a history tab, which can be visited anytime to check out details such as book size and date of conversion. This list can be emptied from the settings window.
The application performed conversions quickly and without errors in our tests while remaining light on system resources usage. Thanks to its clear-cut interface and options, Any eBook Converter can be easily used by anyone interested in quickly converting ebooks to other document filetypes.