Calibre is a complete e-book library manager that lets you totally organize your collection. With Calibre you can convert your books to multiple formats, and then sync with all of your devices.
KEY FEATURES INCLUDE:
- Library management. Calibre keeps things orderly by creating single entries for books, which contain multiple formats. Calibre also adds tags and comments for better searching.
- Format conversion. Calibre's varied conversion options give you support for a wide variety of file formats.
- File syncing. Calibre's device drivers will support all of the top devices and e- readers.
Overall, Calibre is a free and open source e-book library management application which covers all aspects of library management, e-book conversion, e-book syncing, e-book viewing and e-book editing for the major e-book formats. The user interface is easy to understand and the application is relatively lightweight.
Content server: Allow conversion of books.
Kobo driver: Add support for new firmware.
Bulk metadata edit dialog: Add an "edit tags" button for tags like custom columns.
Add an option in Preferences->Look & feel to disable the new 'drag and drop to merge books feature'.
E-book viewer: Add a shortcut (Ctrl+Alt+B) to toggle the bookmarks panel.
Edit book: Add a copy to clipboard button on the various report dialogs.
Edit book: Add a shortcut (Ctrl+Alt+Down) to edit the next file in the book spine.
Calibre-smtp: Verify relay server TLS certificates by default. New option --dont-verify-server-certificate to restore old behavior.
Conversion: Fix a regression in the previous release that caused conversion of EPUB 3 to EPUB 3 to fail.
Fix detection of the Bookeen NolimbookXL on macOS and Linux.
Fix a regression that broke the fetching of annotations from Kobo and Kindle devices.
DOCX Input: Fix failure to convert some DOCX files that use Symbol fonts.
When exporting very large libraries fix failures due to busy errors.
Fix commas not working in identifiers that are transformed to URLs via rules.
Review downloaded metadata: Fix cancel button on the confirm reject all dialog not working.
Kindle Fire driver: Send books by default to the "kindle" folder instead of the "Books" folder to workaround a change in the Fire firmware that causes the Kindle to not recognize files in the Books folder.
Linux installer: Also fix the execute bits in the umask if the user runs the installer with a umask that prevents files from being world executable.
Sort the entries in the show column menu alphabetically.
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