How to download books on Axis 360?
From a web browser, log into the Library’s Axis 360 website with your 14-digit SFPL card and PIN/password. Borrow an available title and go to CHECKOUTS. Locate your title and click MORE OPTIONS and then DOWNLOAD.
How to get Axis 360 book on a kindle?
Axis 360 eBooks for Kindle Fire Devices – via App Store – Step by Step Guide
- Step 1: Install the Axis 360 app. Download and install the Axis 360 app via the eLibrary or directly from the Amazon App Store.
- Step 2: Sign in.
- Step 3: Find a book to check out.
- Step 4: Download your eBook.
- Step 5: Read your eBook.
Can I get Axis 360 on my laptop?
Enjoy eBooks from your library with the Axis 360 desktop app for Windows PC! eBooks that are checked out via your library’s Axis 360 website and/or the Axis 360 mobile app can be read on your computer using the desktop application.
Why do Kindles not support ePub?
Kindles are never going to support Adobe DRM for ePub ebooks (frankly it’s time for Adobe to get booted to the curb anyway), but Amazon could easily add support for DRM-free ePub files if they wanted to. Since Amazon’s books come in Kindle formats, on some level it makes sense for Kindles not to support ePub ebooks.
How do I convert ePub files to Kindle?
How to Preview and Convert ePub files to MOBI using Kindle Previewer
- Download Kindle Previewer. Kindle Previewer is a free desktop application available for both Windows and Mac.
- Install and Run Kindle Previewer.
- Open Your ePub File in Kindle Previewer.
- Test Your File.
- Convert File to MOBI Format.
Can you transfer EPUB to Kindle?
EPUB is a common ebook format around the web, but the Kindle can’t read it natively. That’s okay; you can convert . epub files to Mobi files for the Kindle to read. The key is a free piece of software called Calibre(Opens in a new window).
How do you get hoopla for free?
Hoopla is free to public library users in cities that sign up for it, but do come at a cost to the libraries that adopt it. When a user borrows an item, libraries pay between $0.99 to $2.99 per title. Each library system sets limits as to the number of items a patron can borrow each month.