Waterproofed or not, the Nook GlowLight Plus didn’t exactly overwhelm me when I tried it out at a local Barnes & Noble store.
But if you’ve just bought a GlowLight Plus, I’ve got good news—the latest Calibre update, 2.42, includes a GlowLight Plus driver. Also, the new Calibre lets you take an AZW4 file, avoid an actual conversion and get into the already-embedded PDF file.
“A new option was added to the Metadata Download Review dialog, allowing users to mark rejected ebooks once their reviewing process is complete, and there’s now a new button in Edit Book’s Spell Check dialog that lets users undo the last spelling change,” Softpedia also reports.
The full change log info from Calibre is here.
Related: If you really, really are into the GlowLight Plus—ideally more useful for e-reading than sea lions were as U-boat hunters during World War I—you can undercover a hidden Web browser or do the hacking act.