calibre is a free and open source e-book library management application developed by users of e-books for users of e-books. It has a cornucopia of features divided into the following main categories: Library Management, E-book conversion, Syncing to e-book reader devices, Downloading news from the web and converting it into e-book form, Comprehensive e-book viewer, Content server for online access to your book collection, and E-book editor for the major e-book formats.
- Edit Book: Make embedding fonts using the manage fonts dialog easier. You can now double click on a font family to see what faces for that family area available on your computer and install new fonts directly from the dialog
- Book Details panel: Allow deleting tags/series/publisher/etc. by right clicking on the link in the book details panel
- Closes tickets: 1442925
- E-book viewer: Allow expanding/collapsing all items in the Table of Contents view by right clicking
- When using the View specific format action add an 'Open With' button to choose a specific program to view the specified format
- Fetch News: Add API to allow recipe writers to easily resolve internal links to point to the downloaded versions of articles
- DOCX Input: Add support for DOCX files created by Word 2013 in 'Strict' mode
- When getting cover from comic files, use smart filename sorting to find the first filename, recognizing numbers inside the filenames
- Bug Fixes
Reviewing 2.2.0 (Sep 24, 2014)
Reviewing 2.2.0 (Sep 7, 2014)
Updated way too much? Seriously?? You aren't *required* to update, so what's the big deal? I applaud the developers for their weekly enhancement and bug-fix releases, and have donated to this great app.
Reviewing 1.45.0 (Jul 19, 2014)
The best EBook organizer, non of the other come even close.
5* if I could give it 10* I would, thank you for a great program, and thank you for taking the time to care about updating it.
Some people whine when there is no updates, and they whine when there is updates, I guess some people think the meaning of life is whining, tools you can never please, sadly enough, they think they are the one single point the world is revolving around.
Reviewing 1.33.0 (Apr 20, 2014)
Indeed, the author should keep more updates internally and release fewer updates, especially when an application takes ages for the installation process to finish.
Reviewing 1.33.0 (Apr 18, 2014)
Good app but gets updated way too much imho.
Really nice topic for me.