iBooks is a well-known e-Book reader based on iOS 10.3/10.2/10/9/8. Not only can users purchase favorite books from iBooks Store/iTunes Store, but they can also import ePub books into iPhone or iPad from other resources. Instead of a series of settings to get ePub files transferred on iTunes, we will show you an easy way to transfer ePub from PC to iPhone without iTunes restrictions.
Supposed you just have a good book stored on your computer, and you want this ePub book added into iPad or iPhone so that you can read it at anytime and anywhere, iTunes will cost you a lot time to run the program and sync your iOS device again. What’s more, it may erase the non-purchased books on your iPhone 7/7 Plus/6s/6 Plus/6/5 or iPad.
In short, the limitation of iTunes can be concluded as following:
Due to iTunes’ not user-friendly experience and chances to replace existing books on iPhone, I recommend a third-party application - iCareFone - for iBooks transferring and managing between iOS devices and Windows/Mac. With 3 simple steps, you can unrestrictedly import ePub files to iPhone 6/6s, iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPad Air, iPad Pro and iPad. What’s more, iCareFone will remove DRM from eBooks automatically during the transferring process.
Get started to import ePub without iTunes now:
Also, 6 small tools are included in iCareFone to help you two-way tranfer iOS files, cleanup caches and junk files, backup iOS data, remove ads from iPhone, fix OS stuck and repair operating system. It is definitely worth every penny. Come and give it a try!
ePub, short term of Electronic Publication, is an official technical standard recognized by International Digital Publishing Forum. The most attractive feature of ePub books is that it will automatically optimize text content for a particular display according to devices, and it can contain digital rights management (DRM) as an optional layer. Thus it’s the friendliest format to most ebook readers, including Kindle, iPhone, iPad, Android smartphones, etc.
Reading ePub books on iBooks is really an enjoyment. Pages move with your finger as you swipe on the screen, making users feel like reading a paper book to a large degree.comments powered by Disqus