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Aldiko 2.0 coming soon(ish) – adds support for Adobe DRM

This popped up on the Aldiko home page today. Do you see where it says Adobe DRM compatible? Well, that includes B&N. It's not out yet, unfortunately, but you can sign up to be emailed when it is.

Update: I just found a blog post that I swear was not there yesterday (I looked, carefully). Here are some more details:

  • Read Adobe-DRMed ePub and PDF files as well as non-encrypted ePub and PDF files, that means you can use Aldiko 2.0 to read ebooks from most of the bookstores worldwide;
  • Discover, browse and download ebooks from thousands of contemporary titles (including best-sellers, new releases etc. ) as well as a large selection of high-quality free titles in the Aldiko Online Catalog;
  • Add ebooks from your local public library;
  • Import your own ebooks and documents in Adobe-DRMed ePub and PDF formats, as well as non-encrypted ePub and PDF formats;
  • Add your own catalogs so that you can have all your ebook catalogs in one place.
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2 Comments on Aldiko 2.0 coming soon(ish) – adds support for Adobe DRM

  1. This includes most European ebookstores as well. Smart move.

  2. You could also sign up to participate in the beta-testing of aldiko beta-2. Google search for “aldike 2.0 beta

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