How to download books from itunes
How to Transfer Books From an iPad to a Computer | It Still WorksBuying a digital book for your iPad is a very odd experience. If you fire up iTunes, you can find music, movies, apps, even audiobooks, but there is no category for digital books. You need to first download the iBooks app, and then buy books within that app. So it is like a marketplace within a marketplace that also happens to be a reader. The Kindle app also works that way. It is confusing. But if you go into the App Store, you can find a whole category of iPad apps which are books.
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How to read iTunes books on your PC
Q I downloaded a free book from iTunes just for fun, but I can't seem to open it on my computer. Is there a way to read it on my PC? A Apple designed your iTunes electronic book to be readable only on its iBooks software, which so far is available only for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. But there is free software that will unlock your iTunes book so you can read it on your PC. Note: There's nothing illegal here. If you've paid for an e-book, you should be able to read it on your computer if you want to.
When you connect your iPad to the iTunes software installed on your computer, you can configure it to synchronize and back up its digital content -- including the book files stored in the iBooks app -- to your hard drive. Other e-reading apps like Kindle or Nook instead use iTunes File Sharing, which allows you to individually select and then drag and drop the book files you wish to transfer. You can use these book files to organize your e-library, convert them to other e-book formats or share them with friends. Select your iPad from the list of available devices. Select "Books" on the left, and ensure the "Sync Books" check box is enabled. Place a check mark next to the books you want to transfer.
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How to find Audiobooks Downloaded from iTunes
The iPad is a great tool for reading e-books. The iPad can carry hundreds of magazines, books, and comics in a package that fits in a backpack. Combine that with the Retina Display screen on the tablet to make an excellent reading device. Whether you download free e-books for your iPad or purchase e-books from an online store, you have to copy the books to your iPad before you can enjoy them. There are a few ways to sync books to your iPad, and the method you use depends on how you sync your iPad and how you like to read books.