Install Calibre

Calibre 2.17 released with new reports tool

Calibre 2.17.0 had just been released and this release comes with a new reports tool that shows a summary of files, images, words, characters and styles used in the book. The reports tool is a great way to get an overview of the different parts of your book. Every line in the report is hot-linked, double clicking it jumps to the places in the book where that item is used. In addition to this, you can now add the ‘Manage Snippets’ action to the toolbar, for easy access.

Calibre 2.16.0 released with snippets support

Calibre 2.16.0 had just been released and this release comes with some improvements, new features, including bug fixes. Noticeable changes includes added support for snippets — small pieces of text that are often re-used. You can now create your own snippets and insert them into the text with only a few keystrokes. The snippets include support for placeholders that you can jump between. Calibre 2.16.0 changelog Edit Book: When importing files and the book has an orphaned entry in the manifest for that file, but the file itself is not present, rename the file instead of erroring out Book Details panel: Fix author links with URL schemes other than http or file preventing context menu from working PDF Output: Make the minimum height for headers and footers scale with the base font size Fix a typo that prevented the Cybook Muse from being detected on some computers Fix regression in 2.

Install Calibre 1.44 in Ubuntu 14.04

Calibre is a free and open source e-book library management application developed by users of e-books for users of e-books. It helps users to easily read ebooks on their personal computer, convert ebooks from one format to another, create electronic books based on recipes of your very own ideas. New Features Edit Book: Syntax highlight links, images, stylesheet includes, etc. Links that point to missing files are marked as errors.