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Old Jun 25, 2013, 03:23 AM   #1
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EPUB Viewer FREE giveaway on Mac App Store - Time Limited!

To thanks all the users support and get more feedbacks on updating, Enolsoft would like to FREE Giveaway the EPUB Viewer for time limited from normal price $28.99. If interested in this Mac tool, could turn to Mac App Store to FREE download: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/epub...27866610?mt=12

Enolsoft EPUB Viewer is a simple yet useful utility to help Mac users easily open and read EPUB files,and convert EPUB document to PDF format.



Features of EPUB Viewer:
* Drag and drop to easily open EPUB files on Mac.
* Read EPUB files with single, continuous, or 2-up page display.
* Zoom-in, Zoom-out to read the EPUB files the way you like.
* Bookmark the current page or print the EPUB files.
* Support embedded media files, audio & video.
* Support multiple EPUB files in multiple tabs.
* Convert EPUB files to PDF format for easy sharing.

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Official Page: http://www.enolsoft.com/epub-viewer-for-mac.html

Note: This giveaway will only run a limited time on June 25th 2013 in Mac App Store, it's a totally FREE giveaway! Hurry up to get it to help you easily open and read EPUB files on your Mac.

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Old Jun 25, 2013, 08:03 AM   #2
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I'm not home so I can't download this now, but I think you're fighting an uphill battle pricing this at $29. When OS X 10.9 comes out, it'll have iBooks in it - so EPUB reading capability will be "free" at that point after you spend $20 (my estimate based on the last two OS updates) to upgrade to 10.9.
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I'm not home so I can't download this now, but I think you're fighting an uphill battle pricing this at $29. When OS X 10.9 comes out, it'll have iBooks in it - so EPUB reading capability will be "free" at that point after you spend $20 (my estimate based on the last two OS updates) to upgrade to 10.9.
I feel the same way, why buy this when I know it will be replaced soon. Even at free I'm hesitant to bother, I can wait for the next OS.
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Old Jun 25, 2013, 11:14 AM   #4
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Calibre is better

Not sure why anyone would pay for this when Calibre is free and will convert to nearly every format.
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Old Jun 25, 2013, 11:48 AM   #5
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Not sure why anyone would pay for this when Calibre is free and will convert to nearly every format.
Calibre is the reason why I use the iPad for reading ePub books and not my Mac

Look, "convert to nearly every format" is not of importance for me. I want an ePub _viewer_. When you spend many many hours reading a book, the reader must have a very nice user interface that doesn't get in the way. The slightest irritation, repeated over hours, makes the reading experience unendurable.
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Old Jun 25, 2013, 09:06 PM   #6
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Well, it's all up to you that to wait for the next OS, or get this EPUB Viewer for free now.

Yeah, Calibre is great, I also get it on my MB, but there are difference between them, the EPUB viewer is a very simple tool just to read and open EPUB files, either convert the EPUB files to PDF format.

Anyways, thanks for all of attentions and opinions.
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