I've been waiting for a .chm reader (like iCHM) to show up on the iPad as well.
However in the meantime, I discovered what I consider to be an acceptable alternative -- use Calibre to convert your chm files to epub for use in iBooks. For the most part it does an excellent job, although some of my converted books did have a few formatting anomalies requiring tweaking with Sigil. (both Calibre and Sigil are freeware desktop apps used to convert/edit ebooks)
Hope this helps.
Your post is like the many posts that say nothing but tell the asker that they should look themselves. Your post is a wasted post because this is not what the asker was looking for. The Asker was looking for a program that you did not know about apparently and just decided to make a wasted post.... a useless post a nothing post.
To answer the post that you apparently did not no the answer for
IPAD CHM READER
Check out http://lazyapps.com/chmate/
Poster I hope this helps. I did not see anything else decent
Does anyone have any other CHM to PDF conversion tips. I have tried Calibre and for some reason it won't even let my view my CHM doc. Besides using a CHM viewer and printing to PDF all 600+ pages separately are there any other possible solutions?
calibre is definitely alive and well with regular updates. The best support site for it is the MobileRead forum at:Glad to find this old thread, as the suggestion to use calibre helped me, was able to convert to epub and import into apple books. I had also been able to convert to PDF via online website but of course you lose all the cross linking which is in a CHM et al format book.
note also support for the mac OS version you have, as site indicated builds for older OS. also the twitter account and other still seem active so just wanted to post this (2021) that app still seems alive even if CHM is dead.