Kalahari introduces new e-reader

The software is available for both Mac and PC. Users can now search for, purchase and download from a large number of more than 180 000 titles already available on the site.

To read eBooks from Kalahari, you'll need to download the ecommerce site’s reader, a free software application for managing and reading eBooks in PDF or epub format on a PC, MAC or electronic reading device.

There are 4 easy steps to take advantage of this great offer:

1) Users need to download the kalahari.net reader for either Mac or PC. While this is relatively easy, you will need an Adobe ID to install it. Once your computer is authorised, you will then be able to download your eBooks to a maximum of three different devices.

2) There are two different ways to browse for the eBooks that you want to buy. When visiting kalahari.net, click on the eBooks tab to get access to the complete library of available eBooks. Alternatively, you can browse the regular Kalahari.net bookstore and look out for the product description which reads “also available as an eBook.” By clicking that link, you will be re-directed to the eBook shop, where you can purchase the title.

3) Once you've completed the payment process, users will need to navigate to the “Library Box” section, from where they can begin to download eBooks.

4) Once you have downloaded the eBook, then you can save it to your device. According to kalahari.net, “if you connect an eReading device to your computer, the kalahari.net Reader will detect that it’s connected, and will show the documents on that device in a new Bookshelf”.

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