Doesn't work with HTC M9 on Verizon lollipop 5.0.2 Used to be the perfect companion to my virtual library, but calibre DOES NOT WORK with my Verizon, lollipop version 5.0.2. The download path is nonexistent and seeing as how you can't select your own path (for whatever reason, calibre makes this decision for you), you're screwed. The books exist in a non accessible virtual directory that you can't access. Broken. 1 star. Uninstalled and forgotten. Junk.
This app used to be amazing. It is possible to choose a download location in other 5.0 apps. Having downloaded books in /sdcard/android/data/ is just lazy.
It used to be a good app Now it has become useless. You can no longer pick a download directory. I am uninstalling it.
The last update broke down-loading. I'm using Calibre-Library on a tablet running Andriod 6.0.1. Before the November 2016 update, all was well. I could d/l to intermal folder or on SD. Now, I have to jump through hoops---reenter the d/l folder name on the SD two or three times before I can D/L books from my connection server. The error message is that the folder is read-only. It is not. After jumping through enough hoops, I can d/l books but this is getting REAL OLD! I'm downgrading Calibre-Library from 5-Stars to 3-Stars. I hope the developer gets this fixed.
Broken! This used to be a really good app but the recent updates for Android 5 have broken it as you can no longer specify the download folder and it puts the books in the wrong place for the Kindle reader. A real shame!
This app sucks...don't waste your $3... Not sure what use this app has...doesn't open or associate with any eBook format...All it does is download useless manuals and titles. Piece of crap.
Extended connect timeout for slow Calibre databases
Added MIME type override for ePubs to the downloaded notification to trigger opening them in the proper application easier.
*NOTE: In KitKat / Lollipop you can no longer specify where documents are downloaded to. In your reader application you should be able to add the private download folder shown in the CalibreLibrary preferences as a location for scanning for books.