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Adobe Digital Editions

The open catalog format OPDS allows a wide network of publishers, booksellers, libraries and even authors to make their catalogs of books available directly to readers through their laptops, phones, netbooks or dedicated reading devices.

Feedbooks has a vibrant ecosystem of developers, softwares and services based on our OPDS catalog.

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Mobile Platforms

Major mobile platforms like iOS, Android or simply the browser (through HTML5 applications) have software connected directly to Feedbooks through our OPDS Catalog.

Aldiko is the most popular reading system on Android and provides a wide variety of options to customize the reading experience.

With its support for EPUB (both DRM-free and commercial titles) and OPDS, Aldiko is easily the most complete and open reading experience on Android.


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Bluefire Reader is a free EPUB and PDF reader compatible for iOS (iPad, iPhone & iPod Touch) that supports Adobe DRM.

You can easily access Feedbooks from Bluefire Reader in the "Get Books" tab where you'll be able to browse our catalog, search for a specific title and buy/download books.

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PC / Mac

Several software and services are compatible with our content, but we recommend using Adobe Digital Editions and our EPUB files for reading on PC & Mac.

Check our help page about Digital Editions for more information.

Dedicated Devices

Any dedicated device using Adobe Digital Editions is fully compatible with every content available on Feedbooks. See a full list of compatible devices.

Check our help page about Digital Editions for more information.

Sony Reader & Nook

Among some of the most popular devices supported by Adobe Digital Editions, you'll find the Sony Reader or the Nook.

Kindle compatibility

All Kindle dedicated devices, and some Kindle software (desktop) are compatible with public domain and original books on Feedbooks. However, none of the books available on our store are compatible with the Kindle. We offer a few Kindle specific tips on our dedicated Kindle page.