FAQ frequently asked questions
An eBook is a digital version of a print book that has been optimized for on-screen reading.
In most cases, eBooks are cheaper than paper books. Instantly available worldwide - just download the eBook instead of waiting for "snail mail" or local release. Full Text Search available - Search our entire database of eBooks for a specific phrase or keyword. Convenient - imagine loading several novels and a few magazines onto a portable reading device before you go on holiday. Quick to download - the average novel takes only 3-4 minutes. You can build a whole library of digital books. Users can do research and create or organize content. eBook reading software is free and easy to download from the internet.
On TookBook you can find DRM protected ePub an PDF eBooks only. These are the two most widespread formats today that are providing the best reading experience.
The text in an EPUB eBook is reflowable, which means that you can change the font, resize the text, or alter the size of your display, and the text will rewrap itself to fit the available viewing area. Adobe EPUB eBooks also support embedded content, allowing, for instance, a Flash video to be embedded within an eBook.
Adobe EPUB eBooks offer reflowable text, which means that you can change the font, resize the text, or alter the size of your display and the text of the Adobe EPUB eBook 'reflows' to fill the available view area. This makes Adobe EPUB eBooks the optimal choice for reading eBooks on small screens. While some PDFs are reflowable on some devices, one of the main strengths of the PDF format is its ability to preserve the layout of complex documents.
DRM is an acronym for Digital Rights Management, a broad term used to describe a number of techniques for restricting the free use and transfer of digital content in this case of eBooks.
You need Adobe Digital Editions software that you can download here. Adobe Digital Editions is a free eBook reader application used to read DRM-protected eBooks. Adobe Digital Editions must be installed and activated in order to use the DRM-protected eBooks available at this site.
Activation of Adobe Digital Editions allows you to read DRM-protected Adobe eBooks. The first time that you open Adobe Digital Editions, you must activate the program. Adobe Digital Editions can be activated anonymously, or by using an Adobe ID.
An Adobe ID is a free and a nonintrusive way of identifying users — you only need to provide a name, country, and e-mail address. You can create your Adobe ID when prompted within Digital Editions as you authorize your computer, or go directly to the Adobe.com membership site.
No. You need to be online to install Digital Editions and purchase eBooks. After you install and receive your eBooks, you can use Digital Editions offline.
It depends on the type of the device. Most of devices nowadays can read ePub and PDF files, but we advice you to check with the manufacturers if that is the case. Pay attention if the device supports both non-DRM and DRM ePUB and PDF files. If the device supports only non DRM ePub or PDF format you won't be able to read ebooks from TookBook.com.
To activate an eBook device using an Adobe ID… 1. Connect the eBook device to your computer. 2. Open Adobe Digital Editions. Adobe Digital Editions launches and detects the eBook device. The 'Device Setup Assistant' dialog box is displayed. 3. Click 'Authorize Device'. Adobe Digital Editions activates the eBook device. You can now transfer DRM-protected Adobe eBooks to the device. Note that both Adobe Digital Editions and the eBook device must be activated with the same Adobe ID to transfer DRM-protected Adobe eBooks to the device.
You can read your ebooks on up to 6 different devices that are activated with the same AdobeID.
To transfer Adobe eBooks using Adobe Digital Editions…1. Open Adobe Digital Editions.2. Click on the Adobe eBook you want to transfer.3. Drag the Adobe eBook to the eBook device icon in the left pane of Adobe Digital Editions. The 'Copy Documents' dialog box is displayed and the title is transferred. When transfer is complete the 'Copy Documents' dialog box closes. You can now disconnect the eBook device and enjoy the eBook on-the-go.Note that to transfer Adobe eBooks to a supported eBook device, Adobe Digital Editions and the eBook device must be activated using the same Adobe ID.The display of Adobe eBooks on eBook devices may vary, depending on the nature of the content.
It depends on your ereader type. Ereaders that have internet connectivity through WiFi or 3G normally enable direct download of ebooks, but we advise you to check with the manufacturer.
No. Books bought from Amazon can only be read on Kindle, and Kindle can only read DRM ebooks bought from Amazon.
Most are not printable. The printing capability is up to each publisher and many choose to disable printing.If you need the book to be on paper, it's best to buy the hardcopy instead of an eBook.
Yes, once you have purchased the eBook it is yours. The title is stored on your eBooks.com account and you can access it at any time by logging in with your username and password. Most formats allow you to download the title as many times as you like however, Adobe format eBooks have a license which enables you to download three times. If you need to download your eBook again and you are receiving an error message indicating that you have used all of your licenses, please contact our Support Staff who will be happy to reset this license for you.
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All the prices on the TookBook.com website are in US Dollars, regardless of the language of the book, or the origin of the buyer.
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