Frequently Asked Questions
“What Is An Indie Publishing Pack?”
Most of our publications are available as “Indie Publishing Packs”. Put simply it means that we offer multiple formats so that whatever e-reader, computer or mobile device you want to read our books on, it’s all good! And you don’t even need to limit yourself to just one. There’s no DRM on these books, so you can copy them freely from device to device.
After all, it’s your book, so it should be up to you how you read it!
Each Indie Publishing Pack includes three formats: PDF, EPUB and MOBI. Here’s a brief overview:
• PDF: This well-known format is compatible with many devices and great for printing.
• MOBI: Put this file on your Kindle device or open it with your Kindle app!
• ePub: Own another e-reader or e-reading app? It will almost certainly read ePub files.
“How Can I Pay?”
At the moment you can purchase our publications by credit card (through PayPal) or directly through your PayPal account. Maybe we’ll offer more payment providers in the future but at the moment this is the most convenient and secure solution.
How To Transfer Books To Your Device
“How do I transfer a book to my Kindle?”
There are two ways to read the book on your Kindle.
1. Transfer via USB
This is the easiest solution. Simply connect your Kindle with your computer via USB, and copy the .MOBI file which you can find in your download to the DOCUMENTS folder on your Kindle.
When you are finished, safely remove your Kindle and you’ll find the book displayed on your Kindle under HOME.
2. Transfer via EMAIL
If you know the Email address of your Kindle device, simply mail the .MOBI file to your Kindle. Please make sure to add the email you are sending the file from to your Kindle Personal Document Settings page.
3. Send to Kindle
Probably the easiest and most convenient way to send .MOBI files to your various Kindle devices and apps is by using Amazon’s free Send to Kindle tool, available for Mac and PC.
“I have a Nook, Kobo, iPad, Sony Reader or other ereading device. How can I read the books on these devices?”
After you’ve purchased a copy of our books you’re free to choose where and in what format you want to read it. If you are not sure how to transfer the ebook, here are a few tutorials to get you started:
Read on Kobo
Connect your Kobo with your computer. Drag the .EPUB file to the Kobo disk drive home directory.
Read On Nook
Connect your Nook to your computer and copy the file with the .EPUB ending into the “My Documents” folder on your Nook.
Read On iPad or iPhone
Find the file with the .EPUB ending and drag it from your desktop onto the iPhone or iPad’s icon in iTunes. It will automatically appear in your iBooks library.
Read On A a Sony Reader
Start the “eBook Reader” software. Drag the file from the list to the Sony’s Reader item on the left side of the screen. (Also works with Adobe Digital Editions)
Read On Android Phone (via Kindle for Android)
Connect your Android to your computer via USB cable. Then navigate to the Android disk drive. Copy the .MOBI file to the Kindle directory on your Android device.
Read On Kindle for PC
double click on the .MOBI file. It will open automatically.
How To Transfer Audiobooks To Your Device
“How do I transfer the audiobook to my iPhone, iPod or iPad?”
After extracting the files from the ZIP file on your computer, you can either use iTunes or one of these alternative options to move the MP3s to your device. Just follow the links for further instructions.
“How do I transfer the audiobook to my Android device?”
After extracting the files from the ZIP file on your computer, connect your Android device to your computer and move the mp3 to the “Music” folder. The audiobook will then show up in your default media player. Advanced users can also unzip the archive directly on their phone and move the MP3s to their music library by using a tool like ES File Explorer.
Want to get even more out of your LearnOutLive ebook?
Check out our Help, Tips & Hacks section for finding out more about how you can install interactive dictionaries on your device and more.
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