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.
Edit book: Add a tool to upgrade books from EPUB 2 to EPUB 3 (Tools->Upgrade book internals).
Add support for the FBZ format (zipped FB2).
Kindle driver: Change the height of generated thumbnails to 500px, needed for the Oasis 2017.
Edit book: When bulk renaming files add an option to rename by the order in which the files appear in the book.
Polishing: Recognize titlepages that are marked as covers in the EPUB 3 landmarks section.
Edit Book: Automatically updated the modified timestamp in the OPF when saving EPUB 3 books.
Remove the ISBNDB metadata plugin as ISBNDB no longer allows free lookups.
EPUB 3 metadata: If the book defines more than one author sort value for an author use the first instead of the last.
Check Book: Dont warn for nav document not in spine in EPUB 3 books.
Linux installer: Fix umask question not working with the recommended install command because stdin is a pipe.
Browser viewer: Show an error message when trying to use the Sync function without being logged in.
When setting cover from a PDF file and the user clicks cancel, do not delete the existing cover.
New news sources:
Le Monde: subscriber paper edition by Remi Vanicat.
Improved news sources:
Globe & Mail.