Kindle DRM Removal quickly and easily remove Kindle ebook DRM protection with 1-click. it produce a new AZW file that user can convert to EPUB/PDF/TXT/RTF format ebook using Calibre, read them on iPad, NOOK, Sony Reader or other device without limitation, user also can print converted Kindle ebook. It is very easy to use, just 1-click to decrypt Kindle ebook.
Kindle drm removal v5.0 release
— support drag drop file.
— support batch mode, remove all ebooks in folder with 1-click,
— support azw3,azw4 file now!
If you want to read Kindle ebook in Sony e-reader that bought from amazon.com, you will feel pain that Kindle ebook has DRM protection prevent you to do that, then you have probably discovered how annoyingly restrictive DRM technology is. You can try our software that removes Kindle DRM easily, convert it to other format that you can enjoy on practically any capable e-reader device.
- One-click converter.
- No quality lose, the same quality as source ebook.
- Create a .azw ebook without DRM, no need to backup the source files.
- Decrypted .azw file supported by Calibre.
Tutorial and FAQ
- How to convert Kindle AZW to EPUB/PDF/RTF/TXT format?
- if you have problem with this converter, look at this FAQ
- How to convert Kindle ebook to pdf ?
- How to print Kindle ebook?
- Kindle drm removal instruction
Download Kindle ebook into Mac/Pc
Kindle for PC
Amazon released a Kindle for PC app, available as a free 5.17MB download for Windows 7, Vista, and XP. Much like the Kindle for iPhone app, Kindle for PC syncs your Amazon e-book downloads and shows them on your computer for convenient reading either when you’re away from your svelte e-book reader or if you chose not to buy it in the first place.
Though not necessarily revolutionary, the Kindle for PC app does the job. Among other benefits, it syncs your last read page with Whispersync, syncs Kindle notes, and promises to utilize Windows 7’s touch technology, allowing readers to pinch-zoom, and, in future releases, turn pages with finger swipes. Amazon is reportedly working on the ability to create notes and highlights on your PC and a search function. What you can’t do is view blogs, newspapers or magazines — not a big whoop given you’ll be at your computer, but still…
The Paperwhite seemed ideal for me for a number of reasons. It offers far fewer distractions than a tablet, it’s backed by Amazon’s massive ecosystem, and most importantly, it packs the company’s latest E Ink innovation: a glowing, front-lit display. it’s one of the best E Ink displays on the market, and might possibly be the best thanks to that new lighting. The higher resolution of the display is also a noticeable improvement. Text and line art look extremely crisp on the screen, and even detailed images like panels in a comic book popped.