calibre is an open source e-book management tool for Linux, Windows and OS X. It allows you to organize your e-book library, convert e-books to various formats, and interact with your e-book reader, all in an intuitive and friendly manner. It can view, convert and catalog ebooks in most of the major ebook formats. It can also talk to many ebook reader devices. Furthermore, calibre can go out to the Internet and fetch metadata for your books, it can download newspapers and convert them into ebooks for convenient reading.
It is compatible with Microsoft Windows – XP, Vista, 7, and 8 – as well as Apple’s OS X (and various flavors of Linux). It was created by Kovid Goyal, who still leads its development. A number of people around the world, including myself, contribute to calibre’s development.
The purpose of calibre is to simplify management of your e-book library. It does this in several ways:
• organizes your library as a database so you can find the book you want when you want it. Calibre easily handles any size of library, and can manipulate e-book metadata – title, author, rating, etc..
• converts between multiple e-book formats.
• supports a growing number of e-book readers, including Kindle, Kobo, Nook, and many others.
• Library Management
• E-book conversion
• Syncing to e-book reader devices
• Downloading news from the web and converting it into e-book form
• Comprehensive e-book viewer
• Content server for online access to your book collection
• E-book editor for the major e-book formats
Homepage – http://calibre-ebook.com/