Convert Ebooks to read on Kindle and Nook Readers

Do you have Kindle or Nook ebook reader? And want to read PDF files. Then you will need to convert the pdf files to .mobi or .epub format. Most of the ebooks on internet are available in popular pdf format, but ebook reader like Kindle or Nook does not support this file format. To read pdf on your ebook reader, you can use converters and online services to convert pdf to your reader supported file format. Today, I will be discussing the Top 3 free ways to convert your pdf files and ebooks to reader supported ePub/mobi formats.

  1. Calibre conversion: Kindle readers support MOBI or .azw ebook document formats. You can easily convert pdf to mobi, awz, epub format using free software named Calibre. You will just need to download Calibre and install it. Once installed you can add pdf files to Calibre Library by Clicking on “Add Books” and then selecting “Add books from a single directory”. Select the ebooks and Click “Open”, this will add ebooks to Calibre Library. Now, to convert books to other file format select option “Convert Individually” from the drop down context menu. On the Right corner choose the preferred format you want the output file (supported file formats are: EPUB, FB2, HTMLZ, LIT, LRF, MOBI, PDB). Once done hit the “OK” button and conversion will process the file.calibre convert pdf to epub or mobi for freeHow to convert pdf to epub or Mobi using Calibre
  2. ZamZar to convert PDF to epub/mobi/html: Zamzar is a website that converts pdf to mobi, irf, pbc, epub, HTML etc. This is a very good service and known for the conversion quality. The interface of this website is very simple. Just open and select the file you want to convert, select the format you want the output file >>enter your email Id. Hit the convert button and it will upload and convert the file. Later you can download the converted file and transfer it to Kindle or Nook ebook reader.                                                                                                                                                                                                          using zamzar to convert PDF to EPUB MOBI and HTML
  3. Ebook Online convert: There is also another online conversion service which is very famous ebook conversion tool that supports converting to ePub, mobi, FB2, Microsoft LIT, Sony LRF, Palm pdb and TCR reader formats. You can choose the device you are converting your ebook for, select the file or link of the ebook you want to convert and hit “Convert”. You can also change ebook details like author, title, encoding etc.

There are other websites online that can help converting pdf to different formats e.g is a website that can help converting pdf to epub. You can find lots of services like this online. There are paid services as well to help you with converting ebooks to different readers and formats.

7 thoughts on “3 Best Free PDF to ePub/Mobi Converter – Formats for Kindle and Nook Readers

  • June 14, 2013 at 2:06 pm

    Here is a free ebook tool for you.

    You can easily convert your ebook from epub to pdf,epub to mobi, epub to kindle, etc.

    Free Online Converter / EPUB Converter:

    It provides you with the best mobi to epub converting experience.

  • November 10, 2012 at 12:58 am

    You could try using I like it as it works really fast and it i haven’t found any mistakes in texts after conversion. Hope you find it useful.

  • September 30, 2012 at 6:32 pm

    I am a nonprofit publisher of books for children and adults, in India. We are in the process of deciding what is the best way to get into ePublishing.
    1. Do it on our own or go with a reputed service provider.
    2. PDF, Ebook or Mobi format?

    • October 13, 2012 at 11:45 pm

      To see children’s books with pictures and illustrations, .cbr format is the best. These files can be viewed on Gonvisor, a good software for .cbr files.

      For pictured books, the mobi will not work. PDF will, but still it is not very popular.

      I think, Ms Dharmarajan, you run Katha, don’t you?

      I had met you long back (more that 14 years ago) in Delhi and in Mumbai.

      You do good work. Keep it up.

      All the best.

      — Simulacrum India


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