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Calibre Update 0.9.19
February 15, 2013 | 8:00 pm

Calibre logoThe latest Calibre update launched today, and it was interesting enough that I had to try it out. He's added a "Polish" option. New tool: "Polish books" that allows you to perform various automated cleanup actions on EPUB and AZW3 files without doing a full conversion. Polishing books is all about putting the shine of perfection on your ebook files. You can use it to subset embedded fonts, update the metadata in the book files from the metadata in the Calibre library, manipulate the book jacket, etc. More features will be added in the future. To use this tool, go to Preferences >Toolbar and add...

Calibre Update — Calibre Portable fits on a USB stick; Full support for Android and Amazon KF8
January 19, 2013 | 10:46 pm

If I'm not mistaken, the last Calibre update we mentioned on TeleRead was 0.8.55, back in early June. Calibre updated to 0.9.15 this past Friday, January 19. But to keep things short and sweet here, we'll simply list the major new features of the latest release, 0.9. Do bear in mind that, according to Calibre, "many of these features were actually introduced during the lifetime of the 0.8.x series. This [update] describes new features as compared to 0.8.0. If you'd like more specific details on the latest updates, go here, and then click on the "Changelog" tab. (The following comes directly from What's New in...

Who wants to take a poll? You do, that’s who!
August 24, 2012 | 2:24 pm

Happy Friday, TeleReaders! We've got an important question for you today, and we would truly appreciate hearing from as many of you as possible. It has to do with our previous practice of republishing Calibre's weekly updates (bug fixes, new features and so on) every Friday. We haven't yet decided if this is a practice we should continue, or halt immediately, and that's where you come in: Regardless of whether you log onto TeleRead five times a day or five times a year, we sincerely value your opinions. (Seriously. We're not joking. We really do want to know what you think.) So with that in...

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