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Answered by sarahkim : Oct 29 2010 09:11 AM
I'm sorry for the delay in responding. Unfortunately there isn't a way to register iPhone Apps at this time - but it is something we would like to offer in the future. If you'd like you ... full answer >
Answered by Alanle [MS} : Aug 17 2010 05:49 AM
In Adobe Digitial Editions you can add book marks and annotation into ePub and PDF files. I've added notes and bookmarks to both MS Press PDF and eBooks from O'Reilly.
I've ... full answer >
Update: EPUB files now open directly in iBooks on the iOS, which means that you can download the EPUB from the oreilly.com Your Products page and open immediately on the iPad/iPhone/iPod.
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Wrote up a post on Gear Diary comparing printed technical books to PDFs and ePub books on the iPad. Thought that everyone would like photos comparing a printed page vs. what the iPad experience is. Lo...
Answered by sboss : Nov 22 2009 11:58 AM
I use the .epub format for all my books. That way I can carry them on either my iPhone on my G1 droid with me. I much rather a epub over the other formats but my second choice is pdf. full answer >
Answered by surferoo : Nov 04 2009 01:53 AM
on a tangent, I recommend ReaddleDocs for PDF/Doc reading, and iChm for chm ebooks.
Also if you're in the market, 'Business Card Reader' is great. full answer >