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Tips to Read DRMed iBooks on Amazon Kindle Fire via Mac

As a reading lover, I have tried many different e-reader devices and software since the e-Reading is popular, like iPad, Amazon Kindle, Nook Tablet and Sony eReader and other portable phones. I have to say Amazon Kindle series are the best e-reader devices I used. However, the eBooks we purchased from different retailers are limited to read on their own devices. For example, we can only read Kindle ebooks on Amazon Kindle series devices. And the iBooks are limited to read with Apple's products. Sony eBooks can be only read with Sony e-Reader.

But I prefer to use Amazon Kindle than iPad or other Apple devices to read eBooks. How can I transfer all my iBooks to the Kindle Fire?

Firstly, I need to find an iBook DRM removal tool.

After searching the related keywords on Google, I found TunesKit iBook Copy for Mac and Requiem may be useful for my problem. Requiem is a well-known freeware to remove iTunes DRM from iTunes movies, music and iBooks. But it's out of development for many years. It only supports Mac OS X10.6 and iTunes 7 currently. At last, I chose TunesKit iBook Copy for Mac.



Click "Add Files" button or drag and drop the iBook ePub files to select the iBooks you want to convert with TunesKit. Then no more settings needed, you can click "Convert" button to start removing the ibook drm protection now. TunesKit iBook Copy for Mac can decrypt the DRM easily with one click. And the work speed is 30x faster than other similar application.

Secondly, I need to convert the DRM free ePub files to Kindle formats.

As we all know, the Kindle devices only read the eBooks formats like Azw, and ktf. So I have to convert DRM free ePub files to Kindle file formats now. Calibre is the best choice to finish this. Calibre is the best ebook converter I have ever used. It supports converting between almost all popular eBook formats and can manage the eBook for you.

Just turn to the file conversion panel, then add TunesKit generated DRM free ePub files, then choose output formats as Kindle supported format. Click "Ok" to start the ePub to Kindle conversion.

After conversion done, you can transfer the converted eBook files to Amazon Kindle freely.
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