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PostSubject: PDF to ePub Converter and iPad Manager for ePub   Tue Oct 12, 2010 7:56 am

PDF to ePub Converter and iPad Manager for ePub
A good iPhone needs a good helper. If you want to read your e-books on your iPad, you need to convert your PDF files to ePub format for you to enjoy. And I introduce you a professional PDF to ePub Converter, with this professional PDF to ePub Converter , you can easily convert PDF to ePub and all original PDF features will be preserved after conversion. To convert PDF to ePub, what you should do is just to do a few clicks with just several buttons by this PDF to ePub Converter.
And if you have important ePub files to backup, I think you need an ePub transfer tool for Mac. Mac iPad Manager for ePub will help you to transfer ePub between your iPad and Mac, and it will lose nothing. And if you need a windows version, you can use this iPad Manager for ePub . And next I will show you how to backup ePub files from iPad to PC.

How to backup ePub files from iPad to PC

You can free download this application program of the iPad Manager for ePub software and follow the hints to install it. You will see the main interface as follow:

Preparations : Download and install iPad Manager for ePub , and then install and run it.
Step 1: Connect devices
Run iPad Manager for ePub and connect the iPad to PC via USB cable. The software will automatically detect the iPad; display all the contents of iPad in the left device list.
Step 2: Choose files
You can choose the files from your iPad. You can backup all the ePub files or other contents such as music, video, photo from iPad to your PC.
Step 3: Backup files
Click icon, you can choose a path to store the file you want to backup. When you complete the path selections, the backup process begins. After a few second, you can enjoy your files on your PC.

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PostSubject: reply   Sat Apr 30, 2011 8:53 pm

My brother in law works for a company that supplies and sells chips to apple and he's been telling me since December that the iPhone 5 won't come out this year. But being a fanboy that follows the blogs closely I kept arguing that apple would never mess up their product cycle with the iPhone when they have stiff competition from android and has to answer to shareholders. And he kept saying we'll see. Now I'm wronghopefull avi to ipod converter can solve itMy whole attitude towards chrome changed overnight. I had previously rejected Firefox because of their stance on h.264, so I pretty much lost all respect for Chrome as a browser with this news. I'll be recommending my PC friends use IE9 unless they reverse their decision.I probably WILL keep Chrome on my Mac though …as a dedicated Flash player. One good thing it does is allow me to skip on installing the global Flash plugin so I can be Flash free 95% of the time. Not to mention the fact that it'll be an easy way to keep Flash up-to-date on my system …something Adobe never figured out how to do.
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