PDF Readers and Apps
Note: Once the book is downloaded and installed, you don’t have to be connected to the internet to use it, it becomes a free standing application.
Acrobat Reader (Free/Recommended)
This is a FREE download from Adobe, for Windows and Mac computers. Acrobat enables your computer to read PDF files. If you don't already have it you can download it HERE.
What is Adobe Reader?
Adobe Reader® software is the free global standard for reliably viewing and printing PDF documents. It's the only PDF file viewer that can open and interact with all types of PDF content, including forms and multimedia. Note: MAC computers already have a default reader called 'Preview' built in the operating system so you don't have to have Acrobat Reader. However, if you are using a Mac we suggest, if you don’t already have it, that you use the Acrobat Reader in lieu of Preview.
PDF Reader for the iPad
If you want to use your eBook on an Apple iPad you will need this third party app to run it. It is reasonably priced and supports large PDF files and includes the search for a specific word feature, bookmarks and hyperlinking. It enables you to easily transfer your files: USB and wifi transfer, open email attachments, and download directly from the web. Here is a link where you can purchase the app at the APPLE STORE.
The eBook will run on tablets that can read .pdf files.
Can I use the eBook on a Kindle Fire? "Kindle makes it easy to take your documents with you. You can e-mail documents - including PDF - directly to your Kindle so you that you can read and interact with them anytime, anywhere." This link will take you to the free SEND TO KINDLE app.
The product description page for Kindle holds a wealth of info about the fire and what it can do. KINDLE PRODUCT PAGE