Installing ebook files to your device

The files downloaded from the McSwain Monthly Missive are DRM-free, meaning you can read them on as many devices as you desire.
The PDF file can be read using your choice of PDF reader. I recommend Foxit Reader, which is free and easy to use.

If you’d like to use an eReader, the process to add an ebook file to your device is quite simple. Below are links explaining various methods.

You have two options to add the .mobi file to your Kindle:

How to email files to your Kindle (Due to the size of the Four Color Bleed eBook delivered to Kickstarter backers, this method is not recommended for that file)

To read an .epub file in iBooks on an iPad or iPhone:
How To Open EPub Files Directly In iBooks
There are many options for reading an eBook on an Android device. One option is listed below:
Upload PDF and EPUB files to Google Books on Android
There are numerous other ereaders on the market. If yours is not included above, please consult the manufacturer’s website or the device documentation.
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One thought on “Installing ebook files to your device

  1. Thanks, Ryan,
    I’ve downloaded books to my computer for my Kindle before and then didn’t know how to transfer them to my Kindle so I’d stopped doing it. Now, thanks to you, I know what to do. 🙂

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