Adobe Digital Editions is the industry standard software used to publish electronic magazines and newsletters, among other things. Adobe also offers software for on-site and off-site publishing of digital content such as web pages, images and videos. This article will focus on Adobe Digital Editions and how to get it for Mac OS X.
If you already have Adobe Digital Editions installed on your computer then the good news is that it should work seamlessly with Mac OS X, even if you don't have an Adobe Digital Editions version of MAC installed (the same one you would use to purchase the software at a brick-and-mortar store). The bad news is that it doesn't work right out of the box, so if you need Adobe Digital Editions to do things on a Mac OS X system, then you'll either have to install adobe digital editions version of MAC into your PC, or use a different graphics program on your MAC that supports the capabilities of adobe dvi viewer software. The latter option is preferable because it allows you to use Adobe Digital Editions on an older MAC without any compatibility issues with the hardware of your current MAC.
Before you begin downloading adobe dvi viewer applications and installing them onto your MAC, make sure you have the latest version of Adobe Reader installed on your PC. Older versions of the program will only allow viewing of PDF files through adobe digital editions. Download and install the latest version of Adobe Reader to have full access to all PDF files and ebooks on your MAC.