EBook Management Calibre 0.9 supports Android devices
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The developer Kovid Goyal has released its free e-book management Calibre in the 0.9 version. Calibre is written in Python and licensed under the GPLv3.
Calibre 0.8, back about 16 months. The key new features in Calibre 0.9 include support for Android-based smartphones and tablets. The e-book management can connect via USB or Wi-Fi with Android devices. Goyal implemented in this class to the frequently used MTP protocol. Thus controlled via wireless devices such as USB-connected their counterparts behave Goyal completed the “Calibre Companion Android app.”
The e-book viewer has been improved and received a page mode that can be divided into text pages. On a screen can now display multiple pages in parallel. Furthermore, headers and footers are now displayed and the last line is not cut off, as it was in previous versions of the case from time to time. In E-Books contained formulas that have been set in MathML or Tex, can now show. If the e-book viewer in full-screen mode used, now all distracting menu items are hidden. By themes, users can e-Book viewer adjust their personal tastes.
This version introduced a Portable Calibre Goyal. This means kannn be that the application along with all necessary libraries installed on a USB flash drive and used on different computers. The e-book management now supports Amazon’s KF8 format (AZW) completely, so that can be present in other formats e-books convert to the format. Calibre 0.9 produces much better and freer error PDF documents than previous versions. The library administration can stored in a specific folder automatically add e-books to the library. The search for books and became more tolerant of handling large libraries accelerated.
Calibre 0.9 requires at least Python 2.7.1, Python 3.x is not supported. The application will be on the project site for Linux, Mac OS X and MS Windows to download offered.