Escape Amazon's evil Kindle empire with the cheeky Kobo AuraPlus it comes with totally free ebooks which you can instantly enjoy following purchasing it. But we all know that Amazon bookstores are also a wonderland which provides readers a broad eyesight from various fields. Then a lot of users will choose a Kobo at hand but seek for books from Amazon sometimes. There is a fact that Amazon Kindle books are special for Kindle devices. Almost of the books are AZW format, which is completely not compatible with Kobo readers.
Kindle vs. Kobo: The Future of Reading
I just switched from Kindle to Kobo. The exact machinations are secret, but many people agree that Amazon is demanding discounts on ebooks. No more Kindle ebooks. I switched to Kobo, which has a great e-ink reader, a deep book catalog, and — most importantly — breakable DRM. For my take on the hardware and services, keep reading. I have used Kindles since they were first available outside the U.
Before you go
In recent decades, there was a trend of print and eBook sales moving to the Internet, where readers buy traditional paper books and e-books on websites using e-commerce systems, among which Amazon Kindle eBook store is the biggest and most widely used eBook store on the web, with a large book library and various genes of eBooks to be selected. Therefore, a great many people are wondering whether they are able to read Kindle Books on Kobo. As we all know, Amazon offers a proprietary format, instead of the free and open eBook standard format — EPUB, that only work on their Kindle devices. In this article, we are going to show you a detailed guide on how to strip the DRM from Kindle books and convert them to the most popular eBook format — EPUB, so that you can read them on your Kobo device. Below is a demonstration of the whole process.