Simple and effective This is a great tool for converting your book files to other formats. The only issues I've ever had with it were attempting conversion of HTML files or PDFs, and in both cases, that is far more the fault of the original file format than the conversion process. But if you plan on trying to convert a lot of PDFs to another format, you might want to look for a more specific app for that. Assuming there is one out there that works any differently.
Good value for conversion to mobi The free apps that used to convert to mobi has limited converts and when you go over a limit you have to wait or pay. This does the job and good value for under £2 with unlimited converts. Please keep the good work going because I use this for my Kindle keyboard. I appreciate your efforts and love my Kindle keyboard. Long live ebooks and text Converters like yours. Also love using this for any PDF files into Mobi format for my Kindle keyboard.
Good app This app mets most of my needs. A few changes would improve it a lot for me. I can't convert to my external sdcard so I have to transfer files to the device storage then transfer them back to external sdcard where I keep my books, and if forget to do that it does the convert but no converted book is ever found thus wasting my limited internet as it doesn't give warning or error message. Also the ability to do batch converts would be very useful.
SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 8 USER. Did not work the first time. Reinstalled it again. Have been able to convert mobi format books to pdf very quickly and then put them on my S Note on the Samsung Note 8. It is amazing. 8 volumes of over 1000 pgs are on my s Note. Has been a life saver. Now I don't havevto lug around any of my books. Great job guys. Keep it up.
Works Converted many drm free epubs to mobi with this app. Never a problem. It appears to work by uploading your document to an online service, then downloading the resulting file. I don't know the privacy ramifications of that. I like and enjoy this app but if you need something more robust, try Calibre (on Win/Mac/probably Linux too).
Almost perfect. I convert pdfs to kindle. Normally kindle just keeps the pdf in its native format and doesnt allow re-sizing. This does. There are a few issues: 1. Doesnt seem to like some headings & tables at the very start of the file. 2 supports upload to dropbox but not google drive (odd for an android app) 3. Saves source location. But have to keep changing optional settin. Eg "kindle" type has to be chosen each time. A saveable "profile" would be good, including being able to choose wheter or not a prompt for title.
- A complete new layout for Android 3.0 and higher!
- A complete new uploading engine, really fast!
- Support for the new AZW3 format!
Also a lot of new features!!
Share converted files over the web (app will temporarily act as a webserver)
Upload to a FTP, SMB/CIF (NAS) or WebDAV server
Upload from the app to Dropbox
Upload to your own server with HTTP POST